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Antivirus Center

It can certainly be easy to fall for the clever lies employed by Antivirus Center. This rogue antispyware application in particular manages to infiltrate the system without alerting the PC owner, and roots itself securely before starting its attack. Despite what Antivirus Center would like its victims to believe, this rogue has no ability to detect or remove any type of threat from the system and is nothing more than a malevolent infection in itself. Antivirus Center enters the system under suspicious circumstances. Due to its clandestine infiltration of the system, the user will find it difficult to identify and remove Antivirus Center from the system. Once it securely roots its infection in the system Antivirus Center will start its attack on the system by spamming the user with various fake security alerts. Read more »

Antivirus Clean 2011

Never believe anything Antivirus Clean 2011 has to say. This seemingly legitimate looking security tool is in fact nothing more than a malicious rogue antispyware application out to rip you off. Despite what Antivirus Clean 2011 would like you to believe, it does not own the ability to detect or remove any type of threat from the system, and is nothing more than a harmful infection in itself. Read more »

Windows Restore

Do not be fooled by the seemingly auspicious looking Windows Restore. This rogue antispyware application will try its best to come across as a genuinely helpful security tool, but in actual fact it is nothing more than a malicious infection itself. Windows Restore enters the system without the say so or knowledge of the user, and will remain hidden from the user’s attentions until such time that it starts its attack on the system. Despite what Windows Restore would like you to believe, it does not own the ability to detect or remove any type of threat from the system. Read more »

Antimalware Tool

Do not fall for the seditious lies spread by Antimalware Tool. This rogue antispyware application was designed not to benefit your PC, but instead to fleece you out of your hard earned money. Antimalware Tool will try and pass as a genuine security tool, but in reality it is unable to detect or remove any infection from the system, and is indeed nothing more than a malicious threat in itself. Read more »

Windows Stability Center

There is a new rogue going around, which can easily take down a computer of a gullible user. One careless click is all it takes for Windows Stability Center to entrench in your computer and then slow down your system processes until you virtually cannot perform any task on your computer. Damaging your system is only of the things that Windows Stability Center can do. It actually is designed with intention to fool you into spending your money for nothing. Read more »

Windows Process Regulator

Despite the best efforts of the online security industry to secure the exact opposite, countless consumers continue to fall victim to the lies spread by vindictive rogue antispyware applications like Windows Process Regulator. This rogue in particular enters the system surreptitiously, and will remain hidden from the attentions of the user until such time that it deigns to start its attack on the system. This will happen by Windows Process Regulator spamming the user with various fake security alerts generated in an effort to panic the user. Read more »

Windows Expansion System

It is surprising how users still get fooled by such parasites as Windows Expansion System, even though computer security experts have spent hours and hours of their time to educate everyone how to avoid being infected. Windows Expansion System is a rogue antispyware application which looks almost identical to a well-known antivirus program. That is so because the rogue tries to make you believe that it can help you protect your computer from various threats. Read more »

Windows Power Expansion

It is surprising how users still get fooled by such parasites as Windows Power Expansion, even though computer security experts have spent hours and hours of their time to educate everyone how to avoid being infected. Windows Power Expansion is a rogue antispyware application which looks almost identical to a well-known antivirus programs only changing names every day. The creators are naming the fake programs with Windows + security-related-words. That is so because the rogue tries to make you believe that it can help you protect your computer from various threats. Read more »

Windows Recovery

There is a new bothersome parasite called Windows Recovery, which ruins more and more computers with every day that passes. It is a rogue antispyware application, designed to look and act like a real security program, but it would never be able to protect your computer from cyber threats, because it is a malicious product, which only wants to lay its hands on your financial funds. Read more »

Windows Lowlevel Solution

Windows Lowlevel Solution is a rogue antispyware application which can cause terrible harm to your computer. Rogue antispyware is a type of malware which do not replicate, but they can steal your personal data for commercial gain. Windows Lowlevel Solution poses as a reliable computer security program and enters your system with a pretense to cleanse it of annoying errors and security threats. Sadly, Windows Lowlevel Solution is nothing, but an annoying computer security threat itself. Read more »