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Key-Find browser hijacker aka key-find.com hijacker is a new SupTab adware. Once infecting your`s computer, it takes control of your computer’s Internet browser and changes how and what it displays when you’re surfing the web. It changes your homepage to key-find.com, adds a links to websites that you’d usually avoid. Moreover, key-find.com adware may display a lot of ads pops up on your screen. Continue reading How to remove Key-Find.com Browser Hijacker and SupTab adware…April 15, 2014 on 2:35 am | In Browser Hijacking, Malware removal, Tutorials - HowTo | No Comments |
If you happen to encounter Windows Internet Guard installed on your PC, be quick and take effort to remove it immediately! This software is not legitimate antispyware tool, it is a danger computer parasite from family of Win32/FakeVimes misleading programs. Like other fake antispyware programs, Windows Internet Guard is distributed through the use of trojans and fake online virus scanners. These “online virus scanners” are misleading websites that simulates a system scan and claims that the user’s computer may have been infected by malware. Next, it will advise the user to download and install Windows Internet Guard to keep the computer safe and protected. Most important to know, that these online scanners are a fake. These misleading websites couldn’t possibly detect malware on your computer!
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Windows Internet Watchdog is a fake antispyware program. Like other malware from the Win32/FakeVimes family, it distributed through the use of fake online scanners and other misleading websites. When you visits one of these websites, a security notification will appear, it will claim that your’s computer have been compromised by malware and advise to perform an online scan. Important to know, the online scan is totally fake! Once, you click the notification, a would-be online scanner will appear and it will simulate a scan. It will then claim to have found malware and it will advise you to download and install Windows Internet Watchdog to clean your PC. Don`t download and start it or otherwise you can end up with the fake antispyware program on your PC. Remember, this malware is a highly dangerous software! If your computer have become a victim of it, then need remove Windows Internet Watchdog as soon as possible!
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If your computer have become a victim of it, then you need remove Windows Web Watchdog as soon as possible! Windows Web Watchdog is a not legitimate antivirus software, its a computer virus from group of Win32/FakeVimes malware. This malware usually distributed through fake online virus scanners, misleading advertisements, specially crafted websites that ask users to download a fake flash player updates, social networks (Twitter, Facebook, etc) and spam emails. Be careful when opening attachments and downloading files!
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If your computer has been infected with Windows AntiBreach Patrol, it is generally because some vulnerability has allowed a hacker to take control of your PC. First, you should to know, What is Windows AntiBreach Patrol ? Second, How to remove Windows AntiBreach Patrol? This software is very dangerous computer parasite that simulates a system scan and reports false system security threats or infections to make you think your PC is infected with trojans, spyware, adware, worms and other malicious software. The authors of Windows AntiBreach Patrol want to scare you into believing that your device is heavy infected. Next, it will offer to remove all infections it detected. Continue reading How to remove Windows AntiBreach Patrol…March 24, 2014 on 9:43 am | In Malware removal, Rogue Anti Spyware, Tutorials - HowTo | No Comments |
Myantispyware have already warned our users about misleading software that ask people to purchase its full version in order to remove a lot of fake infections. Windows Antivirus Patrol is yet another “fake antispyware” type program from family of Win32/FakeVimes misleading programs. It is distributed through online ads which masquerades as online antivirus scanners or through websites showing online videos that tell you to install a flash update. Moreover, the authors of this misleading program may use a lot of various methods to trick people into installing their fake security software, e.g. trojans, fake plugins, various misleading applications, social networks (Twitter, Facebook, etc) and spam emails. Remember, once infected, you should ignore Windows Antivirus Patrol scan report messages and any alerts which it will display. Read below what you’ll want to know though is how to remove Windows Antivirus Patrol from Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP and any associated malware for free.
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Windows Pro Defence Kit is a software which pretends to be a legal antispyware program. But in reality, it is a totally scam. This software is a new fake antispyware from the family of Win32/FakeVimes computer infections. Usually Windows Pro Defence Kit is pushed through the use of Trojans that come from fake online scanners and various misleading websites. A pop-up window shows up and states that your PC has a lot of security problems. If you decide to fix supposed problems, you will be redirected to another page that imitates system scan. Finally, you will be prompted to download and install Windows Pro Defence Kit to remove infections and protect your PC. Do not trust it. This is a scam. If you happen Continue reading How to remove Windows Pro Defence Kit…March 20, 2014 on 8:29 pm | In Malware removal, Rogue Anti Spyware, Tutorials - HowTo | No Comments |
Windows Defence Master is not a legitimate security program, it is a fake antispyware tool, part of the Win32/FakeVimes rouges family. Nothing new here, like before, the rogue claims that the user’s computer have been compromised by malware that can not be removed unless you pay for a full version of the program. This is of course nothing more but a scam. Do not purchase this software and uninstall Windows Defence Master from your PC upon detection. If you have already pay for the program, contact your credit card company and tell them what has happened. Continue reading How to remove Windows Defence Master (Removal guide)…March 14, 2014 on 8:30 pm | In Malware removal, Rogue Anti Spyware, Tutorials - HowTo | No Comments |
Those of you, who have ever dealt with some kinds of fake scanners, have certainly come across Windows Security Master antispyware tool. In case you haven’t, you should pay attention to the way it acts. This guide will help you to detect and indicate this misleading application at short notice. Windows Security Master is actually a Windows Antivirus Master clone and it belongs to Win32/FakeVimes rouges family as well. This misleading application is being pushed by the Trojans which come from other harmful or infected web resources along with fake scanners. It imitates the operation of real antivirus program while scanning your PC. Continue reading How to remove Windows Security Master virus…March 13, 2014 on 2:40 am | In Malware removal, Rogue Anti Spyware | No Comments |
Windows Protection Booster is a not legitimate security tool, it is a rogue anti-spyware program from the big family of Win32/FakeVimes rogues. Nothing new here, like before, it is distributed through misleading webpages. These webpages claims that the user’s computer is infected by malware and it advises the user to perform an online scan. The would-be online scanner will claim to have found malware. Finally, it will advise the user to download and install Windows Protection Booster to keep the computer safe and protected. Important to know, that online scanner is fake. The site couldn’t possibly detect malware on your computer.
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