Archive for December, 2011

Super AV Removal Guide

Do you know what Super AV is?

If you are in the market for a powerful and sophisticated security tool, then you need to steer well clear of Super AV. This rogue antispyware application derives from the same despicable family of rogues as Antivirii 2011, and is equally, if not more dangerous. The rogue security tool will use various nefarious tactics like misleading online malware scanners and hijacked websites to enter its victims’ PCs surreptitiously. Read the rest of this entry »

Home Security Solutions Removal Guide

Do you know what Home Security Solutions is?

If you are after a powerful security tool that will protect your PC against known and unknown threats, then you need to steer well clear of Home Security Solutions. This rogue antispyware application was cleverly designed to merely emulate the workings of a real antispyware application. In reality though, Home Security Solutions does not have the ability to protect a PC against any type of infection or threat, as it is a malicious threat in itself. Read the rest of this entry »

Best Antivirus Removal Guide

Do you know what Best Antivirus is?

Because of rogue antispyware applications like Best Antivirus it has become increasingly more difficult for users to distinguish between genuine security applications and rubbish rogue applications. The developers behind Best Antivirus developed this rogue with the specific intention of ripping off unsuspecting PC owners. Read the rest of this entry »

Security Monitor 2012 Removal Guide

Do you know what Security Monitor 2012 is?

Security Monitor 2012 is a fake rogue antispyware program that might seem familiar to you. That is of no surprise, because this computer threat is a direct clone of AntiVirus System 2011, Security Solution 2011, Desktop Security 2010 and many other rogues of the same family. Since Security Monitor 2012 is a rogue antispyware it means that it tries to come across as a real antivirus program in order to steal your money. Read the rest of this entry »

Heads Up – another Fake AV distribution method in the works

Usually, when a user gets infected by a fake antivirus program, he has to download the said program’s installer file to his computer and then execute it. It is the common way for the rogues to start terrorizing you, but just recently a new type of rogue campaign has been detecting. It is rather alarming, considering the implications of this new method of distribution. Read the rest of this entry »

Antivirii 2011 Removal Guide

Do you know what Antivirus Clean 2011 is?

Antivirii 2011 is a malicious rogue antispyware application that should never be trusted under any circumstance. This malicious rogue emanates from the same family of rogues as the well known and despised Antivirus Clean 2011. It enters the system surreptitiously and will remain hidden from users until such time that it is ready to start its attack against the system. Read the rest of this entry »

Error Repair Professional Removal Guide

Do you know what Error Repair Professional is?

With all the online threats facing healthy PCs today it has become increasingly more difficult for users to distinguish between genuine and fake defragmenters like Error Repair Professional. This rogue defragger was designed with the express intention of ripping PC owners off, while not benefiting them in the least. Read the rest of this entry »

AV Secure 2012 Removal Guide

Do you know what Cloud AV 2012 is?

With the increasing number of rogue antispyware applications like AV Secure 2012 littering the web it has become difficult at times for even expert users to distinguish between genuine and rubbish tools. AV Secure 2012 does a good job at fooling inexperienced users into believing that it is a legitimate security tool, when in fact the complete opposite is true. This rogue antispyware application was designed specifically to fleece users out of their money while offering them absolutely nothing of value in return. Read the rest of this entry »