Centod Anti-Spyware 2008

Posted: July 1, 2008

Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 Description

Centod Anti-Spyware 2008, is a rogue anti-spyware program and is a clone of Zinaps Anti-Spyware. Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 may be downloaded onto your computer by a Trojan (most likely the Zlob Trojan) or under dubious circumstances without your consent.

Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 prompts users with multiple warning messages and popups that state Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 detected spyware on the machine. After Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 runs a scan, it will dislay false positives in its scan resutls along with a link that points to the full version of Centod Anti-Spyware 2008. This is a poor attempt by Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 to get you to purchase the Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 program. Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 program may be difficult to remove manually. Popular rogue anti-spyware programs like Centod Anti-Spyware 2008 are reskinned and renamed to confuse unsuspecting computer users.

File System Modifications

  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name
    1 centod.exe

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