LiveProtection is a corrupt antispyware program that may download and install without your knowledge and permission through a Trojan. LiveProtection pops up fake security alerts on your taskbar in order to trick you into purchasing their software. LiveProtection may also download and install other unwanted software without your permission. LiveProtection is cloned from various well known rogue software products, such as DrAntiSpy , BraveSentry and SpyShredder .
StopingSpy is a rogue antispyware program that uses deceptive tactics to trick you into purchasing their software. Once you're infected with StopingSpy, a security message similar to a Windows notification pops up saying your PC is infected with malware. This fake message is used to lure you into purchasing, downloading and installing their program to remove the imaginary spyware. StopingSpy program can be extremely difficult to remove manually, and will continue to try to recreate itself. StopingSpy is cloned from various well known rogue software products, such as DrAntiSpy ,...
SpywareBomb is a fake anti-spyware program that displays fake security notifications stating that your machine is infected with spyware threats. Although this message reminds the one from Window Security Center, actually it is a complete fraud. SpywareBomb may be installed to your machine through various security loopholes or by a malicious Trojan. Once installed on your computer, SpywareBomb will start together with Windows operating system. SpywareBomb may appear difficult to remove manually because of its feature to automatically re-install.
AnyCleaner is a rogue anti-spyware program that comes from Korea. AnyCleaner pops up a fake notification on your Windows system tray. This false alert looks like a Windows Update Notification stating that your computer is infected with spyware. If you click on the alleged message, you will be automatically transferred to the websites of AnyCleaner creators and urged to pay for the full version of AnyCleaner. AnyCleaner is reported to be a severe risk and is recommended to be removed as soon as possible.
MyBugFreePC is a corrupt antispyware application designed to goad users into purchasing its full rogue version. MyBugFreePC hijacks your machine for malicious purposes. MyBugFreePC installs itself onto your PC without your permission, usually through Trojan, viruses and web security holes. Once MyBugFreePC is installed, it launches on Windows startup and bombards with unnecessary popup ads. MyBugFreePC is extremely difficult to remove MyBugFreePC manually, because this program may continue to try to recreate itself.
Spyware Annihilator Pro is a rogue antispyware program that claims to clean your computer from spyware. Spyware Annihilator Pro is often installed through a Trojan or web security holes. Once it is installed, Spyware Annihilator Pro launches on Windows startup and popups exaggerated security alerts and scares you into buying the full version of the program. Spyware Annihilator Pro is potentially unwanted program and is recommended to be removed.
PrivacyProtector is a rogue drive cleaner application that may scare you by showing fake notification that your computer is heavily infected with spyware. The makers of PrivacyProtector seek to lure you into purchasing the full version of PrivacyProtector. PrivacyProtector rogue cleaner may be secretly installed on your machine without your knowledge or consent. PrivacyProtector may come bundled with other malware or through various security vulnerabilities. PrivacyProtector is known to be affiliated with other malicious Trojans.
Dr.AntiSpy is a clone of rogue anti-spyware programs such as PestTrap and SpySheriff . Once installed, Dr.AntiSpy will pop up false messages on your system tray that look similar to Microsoft notifications. Dr.AntiSpy's fake messages are used as deceptive tactics to lure you into purchasing its full commercial version. Many users claim that Dr.Antispy is very difficult to uninstall manually because it doesn't have a built-in uninstallation utility and tends to recreate itself instantly after reboot.
TrustedProtection is a rogue anti-spyware application, associated with SpywareQuake and SpyHeal that displays fake warnings stating that your computer is infected with spyware. By using this deceptive tactics TrustedProtection seeks to scare you into purchasing its full version. TrustedProtection may be installed through security exploits or through drive-by downloads when visiting unsolicited websites. Once installed on your computer, TrustedProtection will start after every Windows reboot. This program can be extremely difficult to remove manually, and will continue to try to recreate...
DioCleaner is a fake anti-spyware application created to compromise as a legitimate spyware removal tool. The makers of DioCleaner seek to goad you into purchasing its full version. DioCleaner may be usually installed on your machine without your permission and consent. DioCleaner employs a Trojan to push itself on your computer. DioCleaner may be also installed through various security loopholes or via other unsolicited ways. Once installed on your machine, DioCleaner will launch every time you turn on your computer. Beware that DioCleaner has an ability to renew itself if not properly...
ExpertAntivirus is a fake antivirus application that may display fake security warnings to scare you into purchasing its promoted full version. Be aware that these notifications may be similar to native Windows security center notifications. It is reported that ExpertAntivirus is affiliated with SmitFraud . ExpertAntivirus itself is not an effective antivirus program and is recommended to be removed as soon as possible. Also be aware that to get rid of ExpertAntivirus is not a very easy task because ExpertAntivirus may re-install itself automatically.
AdwareCops is a rogue spyware removal application that is usually downloaded and installed by Trojans, through browser security exploits, or via other unethical mechanisms. AdwareCops may tease you with false notifications or alerts claiming that your computer is infected with dangerous malware in an attempt to trick you into buying AdwareCops commercial version. Once you click on the fake message it will take you to the AdwareCops's site where you will be prompted to purchase its full version. In reality, AdwareCops program is not going to clean your computer from spyware but might...
Anti Spy Guard 2007 is a rogue anti-spyware application, which is usually downloaded and installed by Trojans, through browser security exploits, or via other illicit mechanisms. Once it is installed, Anti Spy Guard 2007 will launch on Windows startup and display notifications of imaginary registry errors in its attempts to trick the user into purchasing the commercial version of the program. It is very dangerous because Anti Spy Guard 2007 program is not going to clean your machine from spyware but might actually expose you to more security threats.
BPS Remover is rogue anti-spyware software designed to trick the users and empty their pockets. Usually BPS Remover gets into your computer system through browser security exploits or via other illicit mechanisms. Once executed, BPS Remover will display fake security alerts claiming that your system is infected with hazardous parasites. This is the way how it attempts to trick the users into purchasing the full version of BPS Remover application.
SecurePCCleaner is a fake PC cleanup application that is often secretly imported and executed on your machine with the help of nefarious Trojans. SecurePCCleaner may also come through various loopholes on your Internet browser. Once installed, SecurePCCleaner will load on every Windows startup and will issue fake messages stating that your system is infected with spyware. SecurePCCleaner uses deceptive advertising tactics to scare you into purchasing its full version. SecurePCCleaner is usually delivered through the Zlob Trojan malware.