Monthly Archive: July 2011

Jul 26

Rogues of the WinWeb Security Family

Rogues of the WinWeb Security Family: Click on each rogue to read about how to remove and screen shot of each rogue. System Tool 2011 11/4/2010 Security Shield 12/8/2010 Essential Cleaner 5/17/2011 Personal Shield Pro 7/16/2011 Security Sphere 2012 10/4/2011   The rogues of the WinWeb Security family can be removed using manually removal methods, however, becasue …

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Jul 26

Rogues of the FakeScanti Family

Rogues of the FakeScanti Family: Click on each rogue to read about how to remove and screen shot of each rogue. Your PC Protector 2/4/2010 WireShark Antivirus 8/6/2010 Wolfram Antivirus 8/12/2011 OpenCloud Antivirus 8/28/2011 OpenCloud Security 9/22/2011 The rogue of the FakeScanti family could be removed using manually removal methods, however, so we recommend using our …

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Jul 16

Personal Shield Pro rogue of the WinWeb Security Family

Personal Shield Pro rogue of the WinWeb Security Family replaced the MS Removal Tool clone on 16 July 2011 that uses Scareware Marketing to get the infected users to purchase the fake security application. Files and Locations: %COMMON_APPDATA%\<random named>.exe The Personal Shield Pro rogue can be removed with manually, however, becasue of blocking apps and …

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Jul 09

Windows Armature Master

Windows Armature Master 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 Armature Master From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using …

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Jul 09

Windows Accurate Protector

Windows Accurate Protector 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 Accurate Protector from My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using …

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Jul 08

Windows Test Master

Windows Test Master 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 Test Master From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using …

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Jul 08

Windows Fix

Windows Fix is a rogue antivirus software from the FakeSysDef (Fake System Defragmenter) family that is spotted in the wild. It displays fake detections to get users to purchase this software to purportedly remove nonexistent infection. This clone is noted to name itself using the following format: {OS version} Fix. For example, if the infected …

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Jul 07

Anti-Malware Lab

Anti-Malware Lab is an upgraded version of PCSecurityGuardian.FakeVimes, a FakeVimes family variant. It claims to keep your system free of malware by scaring the end-user into purchasing “protection” through fake infection warnings. Below is a list of blogs related to FakeVimes that you can read on the GFI Labs Blog: Holiday rogues available in searches …

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Jul 07

Windows Salvor Tool

Windows Salvor Tool is another clone of the Privacy Center family of rogue antivirus software. Once executed by unwary users, Windows Salvor Tool displays a graphical user interface (GUI) showing a list of infection names supposedly detected on the user’s system. Like all rogue AV applications, it is this clone’s tactic to scare users into purchasing …

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Jul 06

Windows Easy Supervisor

Windows Easy Supervisor 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 Easy Supervisor From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using …

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