Monthly Archive: May 2011

May 31

Windows Custom Settings

Windows Custom Settings is a rogue security software product from the Privacy Center family which claims to keep your system free of malware, by scaring the end-user into purchasing “protection” through fake infection warnings. How do I Remove Windows Custom Settings From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our …

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May 31

Malware Protection

Malware Protection is a rogue security software product from the Protection System family which claims to keep your system free of malware, by scaring the end-user into purchasing “protection” through fake infection warnings. How do I Remove Malware Protection From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal …

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May 31

Windows Profile System

Windows Profile System is a rogue security software product from the Privacy Center family that claims to keep your system free of malware by scaring the end-user into purchasing “protection” through fake infection warnings. How do I Remove Windows Profile System From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our …

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May 31

Windows Safeguard Utility

Windows Safeguard Utility is a rogue AV application clone of Privacy Center. It dupes users into buying this bogus application by displaying system infections that are, in fact, nonexistent. How do I Remove Windows Safeguard Utility From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal tool, VIPRE …

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May 31

Security Center

GFI Software spotted another rogue AV variant belonging to the Fake-DLL family. This time it goes under the guise of Security Center. When executed, it displays fake system detections to scare users into purchasing this application in order to clean their systems from infection, which are really nonexistent. How do I Remove Security Center From …

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May 31

Windows FireWall Unit

Windows Firewall Unit is a rogue security software product from the Privacy Center family which claims to be  firewall, scaring the end-user into purchasing “protection” through fake infection warnings. How do I Remove Windows FireWall Unit From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal tool, VIPRE Antivirus. …

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May 31

Windows Necessary FireWall

Windows Necessary FireWall is a rogue security software product from the Privacy Center family which claims to be a firewall, scaring the end-user into purchasing “protection” through fake infection warnings. How do I Remove Windows Necessary FireWall From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal tool, VIPRE …

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May 30

Windows Troubles Solver

Windows Troubles Solver is a Privacy Center clone that displays nonexistent presence of malware on systems so that users panic and purchase the product, believing that it will clean their systems from supposed infections. How do I Remove Windows Troubles Solver From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using …

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May 28

Windows Protection Servant

Another Privacy Center clone is spotted in the wild, and this time it goes by the name of Windows Protection Servant. It aims to dope users into purchasing this product, which displays only bogus detections of system infection, supposedly to clean them. How do I Remove Windows Protection Servant From My PC? There are ways …

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May 27

Antivirus Pro

Antivirus Pro is a rogue AV application that purports to install itself on an unwary user’s system then displays fake scan results after. Once the user falls for this and decides to purchase the said bogus application in order to clean their system, Antivirus Pro then displays a payment window to the user wherein they …

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