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Windows Passport Utility

Windows Passport Utility is a rogue antispyware which will leave you without your financial funds in no time, if you don’t take this application seriously. Despite the fact that the rogue’s interface reminds you of genuine security program, Windows Passport Utility will never be able to protect your computer, because it is a malicious application, designed to rip you off. Read more »

MS Removal Tool

Do not fall for the clever lies spun by MS Removal Tool. This insidious rogue antispyware application is well known for the damage it causes to its victims’ PCs - it is a clone of another fake program which infected thousands of PC's worldwide System Tool. MS Removal Tool was designed with a specific goal in mind – to rip you off. That is its sole intention, and MS Removal Tool does not have the ability to detect or remove any type of threat from the system, despite what it would like its victims to believe. Read more »

Windows Support System

It can be easy to fall for the clever lies of Windows Support System. This rogue antispyware application has a knack for coming across as a genuine and powerful security tool with its authentic looking graphical user interfaces. But do not be fooled by its seeming auspicious looking nature – Windows Support System is an incredibly harmful and misleading application designed exclusively to act as a vessel for criminals to steal your money, while leaving you with nothing of value in return. Read more »

E-Set Antivirus 2011

Do not be fooled by E-Set Antivirus 2011’s seemingly auspicious looking graphical user interfaces. Although this program might seem legitimate, and uses a name from a very reputable company, E-Set Antivirus 2011 is in truth nothing more than a malicious rogue antispyware application out to rip you off. E-Set Antivirus 2011 was designed by cyber criminals looking for an easy way to make money off unsuspecting consumers, while offering them nothing of value in return. Read more »


You can never be too cautious when you browse the internet, especially as there are threats like E-Set on the loose. This parasite is a new addition to the wide family of rogue antispyware applications, which are devised with intention to swindle unsuspecting users out of their hard-earned money. Using such tactics as stealing a new from a very popular and reputable security software may help. E-Set impersonates a reliable security program so that it could make you believe that it can take care of any possible computer threat in your system. Read more »

Windows Performance Manager

Windows Performance Manager is a rogue anti-spyware application which comes forth with intention to rip you off. It roams around the vast spaces of the Internet, lurking hidden in fake online malware scanners and browser hijackers. One single click and you can be infected without you even knowing it. Therefore, you should take your computer’s safety into serious consideration and protect yourself from such threats as Windows Performance Manager. 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 »

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 »

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 »

Antivirus Antispyware 2011

Never trust anything to do with Antivirus Antispyware 2011. This rogue antispyware application was designed not to offer any type of benefit to a PC, but solely to rip consumers off. PC owners continue to fall for Antivirus Antispyware 2011’s clever marketing campaigns and user friendly looking GUIs, but at the end of the day this rogueware has no ability or intention of living up to its over embellished promises. It also does not own the ability, despite what it would like its victims to believe, to identify or remove any type of threat or infection from a system. Read more »