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Smart Internet 2011

Rogue antispyware applications are very sneaky in their marketing and they know exactly what they should appeal at. Smart Internet 2011 calls upon your general wish to keep your computer safe. Were you to be naïve and unsuspecting, Smart Internet 2011 will rip you off and devastate your PC system, before you know it. Smart Internet 2011 is exceptionally good in entering your system without your permission. It can creep into your computer through spam email, if you are unsuspecting enough to open random attachments. Don’t be so gullible. Read more »

Security Defender

Security Defender

A new threat for computer security has emerged, called Security Defender. It might look like a useful program at first, but this is what rogue anti-spyware applications are good at – they cheat. Instead of being a genuine security tool Security Defender will break your system, sending it into a knock-down. If that weren’t enough, this malware will also try to rip you off.

In most of the cases Security Defender enters your system through a Trojan infection. Upon the settlement in your computer the rogue sends you a fake notification that your system experiences a security risk which should be fixed immediately. If you pay no attention to it, Security Defender continues tormenting you with never-ending pop-ups, urging you to perform a system security scan, which is obviously a fake. Were you to perform the scan, it would announce that you need to acquire a full version of Security Defender if you want to get rid of computer security problems.


Don’t be deceived. Security Defender is a computer security threat itself, and if you pay for the full version of the application, consider your money gone for good. Your best choice is to terminate the malware before you put your computer in a greater risk. Close the application, remove Security Defender from your system and make sure you are protected against future threats.

Windows Wise Protection

Some computer threats such as Windows Wise Protection will create so many computer problems for you that you may end up with a computer system that appear entirely different to the one that you had before. Windows Wise Protection is a fake software that is usually injected into a computer through the help of nasty Trojans. Basically you will experience all types of warning messages and computer security notifications which are all false and are all part of a malicious plan to try and fool you into believing that your computer system is infected. Windows Wise Protection will slow your computer system down and also decrease the speed and reliability of your internet connection. All these tricks are done to make users believe that Windows Wise Protection is the only way to fix the computer. Read more »

Windows Software Guard

Windows Software Guard is the new addition to the fake programs list. Windows Software Guard is dangerous and no matter how hard it tries to convince you otherwise, you mustn't fall for it. The reality of the situation is that Windows Software Guard has been created by malicious software makers which are geared towards tricking people and then obtaining their hard earned money. Windows Software Guard is usually installed through browser security holes, when opening fake attachments or when clicking on a pop-up window. Read more »

Disk Recovery

Welcome to the truth about Disk Recovery which is that it is nothing more than a rogue disk-fixing which will gain access to your PC when you least expect it and result in all types of computer chaos. Disk Recovery is usually installed without users permission by employing browser security holes, Trojans, or fake e-mail attachments which hide the Trojan infection. Read more »

Windows Safety Protection

The latest rogue which goes by the name of Windows Safety Protection has been designed by a bunch of cybercriminals who are only out to get your money, and are creating same looking different names applications daily. Choosing names such as Windows Safety Protection and using a beautiful interface may give a look of a serious and reputable application, unfortunately it is not. After doing a research we found out that all associated with Windows Safety Protection is a danger to your information and computer. Read more »

Windows Problems Protector

Although Windows Problems Protector might come across as a genuine security application, you should stay aware of this insidious rogue antispyware. Windows Problems Protector was designed with the exclusive intention of ripping you off. It will go about doing this by taking control of your system and holding it ransom until you pay for worthless software. Although it may come across as a real security tool, do not fall victim to Windows Problems Protector ’s clever lies. Read more »

Windows Problems Remover

If you find your PC infected with Windows Problems Remover, you have serious cause for concern. This rogue antispyware application was designed to stealthily take control of your PC and hold it ransom until you part with your hard earned money. Do not allow Windows Problems Remover to victimize you into paying for worthless software. Read more »

Windows Disk

Under no circumstances should you ever trust Windows Disk. Not only is Windows Disk going to try and steal your money by the use of all kinds of tricks but Windows Disk is nothing more than a malicious rogue defragmenter which actually originates from the same family as other rogue defragmenters. They all will display similar signs and symptoms but are all equally as dangerous and you should attempt to get rid of Windows Disk as soon as you can. Read more »

Smart Internet Protection 2011

Despite the best efforts of the online security industry many PC owners are still falling prey to vicious lies spread by rogue antispyware applications such as Smart Internet Protection 2011. This harmful fake security application in particular will not let up until it successfully extorts its victim into paying for worthless software. Smart Internet Protection 2011 enters the system without the knowledge of the PC owner, and will remain stealth until such time it deems it pertinent to reveal itself to the user. It usually enters a computer by the help of Trojan which itself gets into a computer through browser security exploits or by opening a suspicious file/link. Read more »