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My Security Wall

My Security Wall, also referred to as MySecurityWall, is a rogue anti-spyware application, created to con and coerce PC users into purchasing its full version. My Security Wall tends to spread via malicious Trojan infections, malicious downloads or it can be downloaded directly from its affiliated website. Similarly to most rogue programs, once inside a computer system, My Security Wall will conduct a fake system scan. The scan will report fabricated results of an infestation of malware on the computer in question, followed by an excessive display of multiple pop-up advertisements. Read more »

My PC Protector

My PC Protector, also referred to as MyPCProtector, is the product of the same hackers responsible for the release of many new rogue anti-spyware applications within the last few days. My PC Protector may infect a PC system, and does so rather rapidly and ruthlessly (with the aid of its affiliated Trojan infections). Once embedded within the system, these Trojan infections tend to modify the system registry. As soon as these manipulations are completed successfully, My PC Protector steps up to the plate and takes control of the challenged system. My PC Protector will display numerous pop-up alert messages, run a fake system scan, as well as redirects the victim's web-surfing to it's affiliated and fabricated online ‘scanner' sites. All this being mere tactics employed by the designers of this nefarious tool, to ensure the main objective of coercing money is achieved. My PC Protector is a high risk tool, and should definitely be removed from any system it has infiltrated, ASAP! Read more »

Your PC Protector

Your PC Protector, also known as YourPCProtector, is the latest rogue anti-spyware application, causing only havoc on the internet community. Hailing from the same rogue ware family as many other, Your PC Protector tends to spread itself via Trojan infections, spam emails or via its affiliated web-sites. The malicious activity carried out by Your PC Protector involves the generation of fabricated pop-up alert messages and fake system scans, which will always report the presence of certain infections occupying the user's computer system. Read more »

Antimalware Defense

Antimalware Defense is distributed online at a number of corrupt websites. Antimalware Defense will try every single trick that it can in order to try and convince you that you have all types of malicious threats running on your machine. You need to be aware of the factor that everything which is associated to Antimalware Defense is one big scam. Antimalware Defense or AntimalwareDefense will do what it can in order to try and convince innocent users that they have various threats running on their machines. The entire purpose behind all of this is, the user is then offered a full version of Antimalware Defense for a small fee, which promises to remove all the malicious threats. Read more »

Antivirus Soft

Antivirus Soft which is also called AntivirusSoft , grants you the same protection as its predecessors. The list of which runs into the hundreds… all of which are rogue anti-spyware applications, just like Antivirus Soft. This malicious software tends to be advertised via online advertisements. The installation process begins at quite respectable websites, where the creators of these dubious applications, hackers, proceed to publish their forbidden content (forbidden or not approved by the publishers of these legitimate websites). For instance, they may post an advertisement inviting the user to read particular breaking news. Read more »

MyPcSecure

MyPcSecure is yet another malicious rogue antispyware application that will cause you many problems. You need to be aware of the factor that everything which is associated to MyPcSecure is actually fake. MyPcSecure or My PcSecure was created in order to steal your money and trick innocent users. If you get notifications which alert you to various threats which you have running on your machine, before you believe it you need to consider the option that it is fake and is really MyPcSecure which is causing these fake messages. Read more »

Vista Antispyware 2010

Vista Antispyware 2010 is yet another rogue anti-spyware program, only out to extort money from unsuspecting users. Vista Antispyware 2010 (also known as VistaAntispyware2010) tends to sneak into a computer system while users are unknowingly searching for codec updates and the likes of… this is only one of the ways in which Vista Antispyware 2010 infiltrates a system. Fake malware system scans and spam e-mails may also contribute to the probability of Vista Antispyware 2010 entering into a computer system. Vista Antispyware 2010 enters into a computer covertly, without the knowledge or consent of the user, displaying numerous pop-up advertisements, stating that the computer system is severely infected. Read more »

Antivir 2010

Antivir 2010 is yet another rogue anti-spyware application which tries to steal the respect of AviraAntivir. This program states that it has been designed to protect, but that is completely FALSE! Antivir 2010 is a complete scam! In fact, Antivir 2010 was designed with the sole purpose of ripping unsuspecting computer users off! Antivir 2010 which may be called Antivir2010 makes its way from PC to PC via Trojan infections and via misleading advertising on dubious websites - across the internet. Read more »

XP Internet Security

XP Internet Security is the new Rogue security application spreading through internet. This new version is associated with Win 7 Antispyware 2010 or XP Antivirus 2010 and although the program is the same, it uses different names on different OS'es. Usualy XP Internet Security is advertised through pop-up advertisements. Read more »

XP Guardian

XP Guardian is the latest rogue application, also known as Antivirus XP 2010 or XP Internet Security. XP Guardian is quite rare in that it is capable of altering its interface and name depending on which Operating system is present on the system it has infiltrated. In this case, XP Guardian is the name it goes by when embedded within the Windows XP operating system. Read more »