Monthly Archives: February 2011

Windows Troubles Analyzer

Due to the increased sophistication of rogue security tools it’s not all that difficult these days to fall victim to the lies of seditious applications like Windows Troubles Analyzer. This rogue antispyware is incredibly ruthless in its campaign to extort money out of its victims and will stop at nothing to accomplish this feat. Read more »

Windows Processes Organizer

Despite the best efforts of the online security industry to warn its users about the dangers of allowing rogue security tools to run freely on their systems many PC owners continue to fall for the clever marketing campaigns employed by rogues such as Windows Processes Organizer. Windows Processes Organizer does not have the ability to detect or remove any type of infection or threat from a system. It makes use of seditious Trojans to root its infection into the system and will do its utmost in order to succeed in fleecing the user out of as much money as possible. Read more »

Windows Tool

Do not be fooled by the seemingly genuine looking Windows Tool. This rogue antispyware application will cause more harm to your system than good. Windows Tool was designed to act as a vehicle for unscrupulous cyber criminals to rip honest and hard working consumers off, while offering them nothing in return for their hard earned money than an empty shell of a software. Read more »


When looking for a genuine and powerful security tool to complement your PC’s security, steer well clear of WinScan! This rogue antispyware application only imitates the working of a real security tool, and was not designed to live up to any of its overinflated promises. WinScan is unable to detect, quarantine or destroy any type of threat or infection from a system, and is only out to fleece hard working consumers out of their money. Read more »

Antimalware GO

It can be easy to fall for the clever lies and extravagant marketing campaigns of rogue security tools such as Antimalware GO. This rogue antispyware application in particular is a destructive and harmful fake security tool out to fleece honest and hard working consumers out of their hard earned money. Antimalware GO does not have its professed ability to detect, quarantine or remove any type of infection or threats from a PC, but is in fact a malicious infection in itself. Read more »

Windows Privacy Agent

Steer well clear of Windows Privacy Agent. This rogue antispyware application was designed to act as a vehicle to rip honest hard working consumers off. Despite what it would like its victims to believe Windows Privacy Agent is unable to live up to any of its over inflated promises, and is not able to detect or remove any type of infection or threat from a system. This rogue will be responsible for much more damage than good on your system and you’ll do very well to destroy Windows Privacy Agent from your PC as soon as possible. Read more »

Internet Defender

It’s a shame that still more and more computer owners are falling victim to the lies sold as truths by developers of rogue antispyware security tools like Internet Defender. This rogue was never designed to be of any benefit to an infected PC, but solely to act as a vehicle to extort money out of gullible PC owners. Read more »

Windows optimal Tool

There are quite a few reasons why you should be wary of Windows optimal Tool. This rogue anti-spyware is waiting for a chance to get into your system, because it is created deceive unsuspecting users and then swindle them out of their money. You could be one of them, so if you find Windows optimal Tool in your computer, don’t hesitate to terminate it at once. Read more »

Windows Express Settings

Windows Express Settings is a new threat to your computer security. It is a rogue antispyware which pretends to be a security program in hopes of luring out your money. Rather than fulfilling its promises, Windows Express Settings rips you off leaving you without the product you’ve been expecting to purchase. If that weren’t enough, the malware can also cause damage to your computer. Read more »

Mega Antivirus 2012

Do not be fooled – Mega Antivirus 2012 is not a legitimate security application. Designed with the sole purpose of ripping honest hard working consumers off, Mega Antivirus 2012 will not let up until it succeeds in its devious goals. Although it may come across as a legitimate security application, Mega Antivirus 2012 never had the intention or ability to live up to any of its over embellished promises and certainly cannot identify or remove any type of threat from the system. Read more »