Category Archive: Rogue Utilities

Oct 01

Remove Turbo Your PC (TurboYourPC) malware

Although Turbo Your PC software is distributed in a fancy wrapping of purportedly efficient system optimization, it is a rogue and should thus be uninstalled. Computer health does not go hand in hand with Turbo Your PC application, despite the fact that the publisher of this product is trying to convince people these concepts are …

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Apr 03

Remove Fix My PC aka A1 PC Cleaner rogue software

Learn the grounds for flagging the Fix My PC utility as a fake system optimizer and follow the instructions to remove this hoax from attacked computer. There are PC programs out there which mimic certain features rather than provide the genuine declared functionality. The underground malware industry indulging in this type of misdemeanor is nearly …

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Jun 29

Windows Repair

Windows Repair is a fake system defrag tool that scares the end-user into purchasing “protection” through fake warnings. How do I Remove Windows Repair From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal tool, VIPRE Antivirus.  You can download a free trial that will remove Windows Repair …

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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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Apr 26

Windows Fix Disk

Windows Fix Disk is a fake system defragmenter tool (part of the FakeSysDef family) which uses fake notifications and warning to lure the user into making a purchase. How do I remove Windows Fix Disk From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal tool, VIPRE Antivirus. …

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Apr 26

Windows Recovery

Windows Recovery is a fake system defragmenter tool (part of the FakeSysDef family) which uses fake notifications and warning to lure the user into making a purchase. How do I remove Windows Recovery From My PC? There are ways of removing this manually, but we recommend using our malware removal tool, VIPRE Antivirus.  You can …

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