Archive for April, 2011

MS Removal Tool 2.20 Removal Guide

Do you know what MS Removal Tool 2.20 is?

he lengths to which unscrupulous developers of rogue antispyware applications such as MS Removal Tool 2.20 go to in order to rip their victims off, never ceases to amaze. This rogue, which is only an updated version of the well known MS Removal Tool, is a direct clone of System Tool and was designed to trick its victims into paying for its worthless software. MS Removal Tool 2.20 will do its utmost to convince its victims of its legitimacy, but the simple fact is MS Removal Tool 2.20 has no ability to detect or remove any type of threat from the system, and is nothing more than a malicious threat in itself. Read the rest of this entry »

Antivirus Protection Trial Removal Guide

Do you know what Antivirus Protection Trial is?

“Innovative protection for your PC” – says the light blue interface of Antivirus Protection Trial, and everything would be nice if only it was true. Sadly, Antivirus Protection Trial is only a rogue antispyware application which has been created to rip you off. It comes from the same family of rogues as AV Security Suite and Antivirus Soft. The job of this rogue is to trick you into believing that it is a reliable security program, and then convince you into buying the license for it. If that weren’t enough, on the way to achieve its goal Antivirus Protection Trial also damages your computer. Read the rest of this entry »

BitDefender 2011 Removal Guide

Do you know what BitDefender 2011 is?

Developers of rogue security applications are becoming increasingly cleverer with their approaches to fooling inexperienced PC users to buy into their rubbish and harmful software. This rogue antispyware application enters the system under suspicious circumstances, and without the user’s permission.

Some of the most popular forms of infection and distribution used by BitDefender 2011 include making use of browser hijacking websites and bogus online malware scanners. Read the rest of this entry »

Windows Fix Disk Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Fix Disk is?

Fake defragmenter tools pretend to be useful programs, which can optimize your hard disk space, and improve performance of your computer. Windows Fix Disk is exactly like that, but the keyword in this is “fake”. Just because it looks like a reliable program, it does not mean it is one. In reality, Windows Fix Disk is a malicious software application, which will aim at your bank account, using the lowest methods possible. Read the rest of this entry »

Antivirus Clean 2011 Removal Guide

Do you know what Antivirus Clean 2011 is?

Falling for the lies of Antivirus Clean 2011 can be very easy, because this software application sports an appearance of a genuine security program. Its interface has a shield icon, which is a symbol commonly used by computer safeguard applications. However, despite its appearance Antivirus Clean 2011 is not what it pretends to be. This application is a rogue antispyware, and it cannot protect your computer from various threats. Worse, it damages your machine. Read the rest of this entry »

Internet Protection Removal Guide

Do you know what Internet Protection is?

Rogue security tools comes in all forms and shapes, and some like Internet Protection even have the ability to come across as a properly functional and legitimate security tool. That is why a healthy dose of skepticism is required when dealing with unknown or suspicious applications like this. Internet Protection derives from the same despised family of rogues as Antimalware Tool, Security Defender and Antimalware Defender, and will work hard to convince its victims of its legitimacy. Read the rest of this entry »

MS Recovery Tool Removal Guide

Do you know what MS Recovery Tool is?

Just recently MS Removal Tool appeared threatening to lay waste to numbers of computers worldwide, and now there is already a clone of this program, intending to do the same. MS Recovery Tool is a rogue antispyware application, coming from the same nest of rogues as the aforementioned MS Removal Tool, System Tool and Security Tool. These rogues come forth to rip unsuspecting consumers off, and it requires great caution to avoid being fooled by this scam. Read the rest of this entry »

Windows Restore Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Restore is?

Rogue antispyware is created to misappropriate money from unsuspecting users. Windows Restore is a new rogue application working hard for exactly this purpose. It poses as a reliable security program, and then fools users into paying for nothing. In the end, the user is left with a crashed computer and no money at all. If you want to prevent this from happening, you need to seriously considering removing Windows Restore from your system at once. Read the rest of this entry »

Antivirus AntiSyware 2011 Removal Guide

Do you know what Antivirus AntiSyware 2011 is?

Despite the best efforts of the online security industry to secure otherwise many of its consumers continue to fall victim to the lies of rogue security tools like AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011. Users familiar with its preceding rogue applications known as Internet Security 2010, Security Essentials 2011 and Security Essentials 2010 will recognize many of the same interfaces and tactics, with only the name being changed. AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 enters the PC surreptitiously and will cause disruption to the system’s operation in an effort to ultimately extort money out of its victim for its fake software. Read the rest of this entry »

Windows Passport Utility Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Passport Utility is?

It does not take much to look up the ways how to protect yourself from rogue antispyware, but seemingly not everyone does that, because more and more people are being infected by Windows Passport Utility. It is the hottest fake security application currently crippling numerous computers worldwide. It masquerades as a reliable application with intention to swindle you out of your money, and the fraud mechanism starts working long before the rogue entrenches in your system. Read the rest of this entry »

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