Spyware Warrior reports about new rogue anti spyware -Ultimate Defender Uses flawed, inadequate detections scheme. Same app as 1stAntiVirus, KillSpy, SpyDeface, SpyContra, & XSRemover Downloadable from udefender.com.
Spyware Warrior reports about new rogue anti spyware – The Spyware Shield The Spyware Shield uses inadequate detection scheme. This app as Ad-Purge Spyware Remover, Privacy Crusader, & Spy Reaper Downloadable from thespywareshield.com
A new rogue anti-spyware application has surfaced as a replacement for SpyAxe/SpywareStrike. Behold: SpyFalcon! Once installed this program will issue fake taskbar alerts, which look like Windows Security alerts, stating that you are infected with various viruses and advising you to click on the icon to remove them. Once you click on the icon Spyfalcon
Sunbelt and Spyware Warrior reports about new rogue anti spyware AlfaCleaner. AlfaCleaner is a variant of the Anti Virus Pro, Winhound Spyware Remover, & XSRemover Downloadable from alfacleaner.com, innovagest2000.com We recommend to blocking specific domains and IP address: x-stories.org – 18.104.22.168 zlex.org – 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52 Noi.themovie.com that calls the x-stories.org – 184.108.40.206 Cleanchan.net –
Sunbelt team has been observing Raze Spyware being silently installed without user consent through various exploits. Raze Spyware is already a long time member of Eric Howes Rouge Anti-Spyware products list. Dubious installation methods are a common practice for these Rogue Anti-Spyware applications. To make matters worse, we have also found a fake keylogger being
Pest Trap is a variant of the infamous SpySheriff, downloadable from pesttrap(dot)com SpySheriff is one of these nasty rogue antispyare applications, was one of the top 10 rogue anti-spyware apps of 2005, coming in at number 2. PestTrap was found being advertised on a new fake security center web page, uptodatesecurity.com . I don’t recommend
SpywareStrike is a program that displays an icon in the system tray. This icons shows a balloon, which says that your computer is infected with dangerous spyware parasites and asks the user to download and install an antispyware program, which actually is SpywareStrike. Once the user clicks on such balloon, the trojan opens the official
dnserror404(dot)com todaywarnings(dot)com updatesystempage(dot)com yoursecuritysystem(dot)com Pages are advertising several anti-spyware programs, all on the Rogue/Suspect Anti-Spyware list. Don`t install these programs. More here and here
It is downloaded with spyware just like its twin SpyAxe. The SpywareStrike website is identical to the SpyAxe site except for the name. The domain registration information looks familiar, too. Domain Name: SPYWARESTRIKE.COM Registrant: Keramitsu LLC David Alan Taylor 321th Melburn Street Seattle Washington,98107 US Tel. +207.9545521 Like the SpyAxe.com registration information, this looks bogus.
Winhound is a anti-spyware/antivirus program that is know to issue fake alerts on your computer in order to manipulate you into buying its full commercial version. If you are infected with this program you may receive virus alerts in your task bar that appear to be from Microsoft Security Center stating that you are infected
If you’re seeing unwanted pop-ups or ads, browser extensions or toolbars in your web-browser, you might have an adware, malware or spyware installed on your computer. Here are some steps you can take to remove unwanted software. Or ask for help here.