Monthly Archive: July 2011

Jul 05

Windows Debugging Center

Windows Debugging Center is a clone of the Privacy Center family of rogue antivirus software. When executed, it displays bogus graphical user interface (GUI) windows to show a list of supposed infections found on the infected system. It does this to scare unwary users into purchasing this software, which also claims to clean the system …

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Jul 05

Windows Debugging Agent

Windows Debugging Agent is a clone of the Privacy Center family of rogue antivirus software. When executed, it displays bogus graphical user interface (GUI) windows to show a list of supposed infections found on the infected system. It does this to scare unwary users into purchasing this software, which also claims to clean the system …

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Jul 05

Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer

Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer is a clone of the Privacy Center family of rogue antivirus software. When executed, it displays bogus graphical user interface (GUI) windows to show a list of supposed infections found on the infected system. It does this to scare unwary users into purchasing this software, which also claims to clean the system …

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Jul 04

Windows Proofness Guarantor

Windows Proofness Guarantor 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 Proofness Guarantor From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal …

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Jul 04

Windows Inviolability System

Windows Inviolability 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 Inviolability System From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware …

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