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Vista Antivirus 2008

Vista Antivirus 2008 (VistaAntivirus 2008) is a fake spyware remover, a copy of mean XP Antivirus and Windows Antivirus 2008. Vista Antivirus 2008 sneaks into your computer system with the help of Trojan Zlob (you may have downloaded a fake video codec with Trojan Zlob bundled), via a weak security hole. Vista Antivirus 2008 will try to scare you with fake messages, as well as, bogus scans and scan results stating that you have been infected with malicious programs and viruses. Read more »

XPSecurityCenter

XPSecurityCenter (XP SecurityCenter or XP Security Center) is a fake spyware remover that masquerades itself as a legitimate Windows's software. XPSecurityCenter sneaks into your computer system with the help of Trojan Zlob. XPSecurityCenter will try to scare you with fake messages informing you that your computer is infected with spyware. XPSecurityCenter may also use it's fake system scanner to imitate a real scanning process and then, give a list spyware that supposedly your computer is infected with. Read more »

AntiMalwareGuard

AntiMalwareGuard (AntiMalware Guard or Anti Malware Guard) is a fake anti-spyware, a copy of AntiSpywareMaster. AntiMalwareGuard may have leaped into your computer with the help of Trojan Zlob or Vundo. Once you're infected, AntiMalwareGuard may flood your system with an exaggerated amount of system notifications and error messages stating that you're infected with spyware. These notifications may read: Read more »

Malware Bell

Malware Bell (also known as Malware Bell 3.2) is a corrupt anti-spyware application, a clone of the infamous IEDefender and Files Secure. Vendors of Malware Bell use couple of fraudulent ways to spread and sell their product. One of those ways is the employment of misleading advertising shown on their website (www.malwarebell.com): both Malware Bell's design and website appear to be that of a trustworthy anti-spyware application. Read more »

Files Secure

Files Secure is a fake spyware removal program that is primarily designed to lure Internet users out of their money. Files Secure is advertised and pushed by Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd , which creeps onto your machine bundled with fake video codecs that users usually download from questionable web pages. Once it is installed, Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd will hijack web search engines, including Google and display false error warnings in your search results. Read more »

Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd

Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd is a malicious Trojan program that generates FAKE warning messages in its attempts to deceive users into purchasing the rogue anti-spyware application called Files Secure. Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd usually gets into the system bundled with fake video codecs that are often found in porno websites. Once installed, Trojan-Downloader.Adload.pd will bombard you with hundreds of fake alerts stating that your computer has been infected with various nasty Read more »

Trojan.Win32.Agent.akk

Trojan.Win32.Agent.akk is a Trojan program that is displayed in the Warning message that looks similar to a Windows notification. Most often it is generated and displayed by a Trojan called Zlob that usually gets into your system through browser security exploits or bundled with fake video codecs. Read more »

Trojan.Win32.Obfuscated.gx

Trojan.Win32.Obfuscated.gx is a Trojan name displayed in the misleading Warning alert that is generated by a Trojan Zlob program. Usually, Trojan Zlob is downloaded and installed onto your machine together with a fake video codec, often found in porno websites, or under other dubious circumstances. Once executed, it will display the following message: Read more »

Trojan.Win32.LinkReplacer

Trojan.Win32.LinkReplacer is a fake Warning message that reports a spyware infection only to trick you into purchasing a rogue anti-spyware application, which at the moment is IEDefender . Read more »

Worm.Win32.Sober

Worm.Win32.Sober is a fake warning message designed to deceive you into buying the rogue IEDefender application. Notice, that Worm.Win32.Sober is a non-existent Trojan name that is used only to confuse and threaten internet users and to empty their pockets. Read more »