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Windows Accurate Protector Image
Read 9,953 times | Last updated on July 8, 2011

Windows Accurate Protector is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Vista Fix Image
Read 14,891 times | Last updated on July 7, 2011

Windows Vista Fix is a fake computer analysis and optimization program that displays false alerts that state your computer's hard drive is having problems in order to scare you into purchasing the program. Windows Vista Fix is installed via Trojans that display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. These messages will state that there is something wrong with your computer's hard drive and then suggests that you download and install a program that can fix the problem. When you click on of these alerts, Windows Vista Fix will automatically be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

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Windows 7 Fix Image
Read 16,092 times | Last updated on July 7, 2011

Windows 7 Fix is a fake computer analysis and optimization program that displays false alerts that state your computer's hard drive is having problems in order to scare you into purchasing the program. Windows 7 Fix is installed via Trojans that display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. These messages will state that there is something wrong with your computer's hard drive and then suggests that you download and install a program that can fix the problem. When you click on of these alerts, Windows 7 Fix will automatically be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

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Windows XP Fix Image
Read 16,010 times | Last updated on July 7, 2011

Windows XP Fix is a fake computer analysis and optimization program that displays false alerts that state your computer's hard drive is having problems in order to scare you into purchasing the program. Windows XP Fix is installed via Trojans that display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. These messages will state that there is something wrong with your computer's hard drive and then suggests that you download and install a program that can fix the problem. When you click on of these alerts, Windows XP Fix will automatically be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

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Windows Test Master Image
Read 9,051 times | Last updated on July 7, 2011

Windows Test Master is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Salvor Tool Image
Read 7,840 times | Last updated on July 6, 2011

Windows Salvor Tool is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Anti-Malware Lab Image
Read 1,406 times | Last updated on July 6, 2011

Anti-Malware Lab is a rogue anti-spyware program from the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. This rogue is installed and promoted through the use of Trojans and fake online anti-malware scanners. When the program is installed by the Trojans, it will be configured to start automatically when you login into Windows. The installer will also create numerous files that will be detected as malware when Anti-Malware Lab scans your computer.

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Windows Easy Supervisor Image
Read 8,159 times | Last updated on July 5, 2011

Windows Easy Supervisor is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer Image
Read 10,205 times | Last updated on July 1, 2011

Windows Vulnerabilities Rescuer is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Proofness Guarantor Image
Read 8,360 times | Last updated on June 30, 2011

Windows Proofness Guarantor is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Inviolability System Image
Read 7,494 times | Last updated on June 29, 2011

Windows Inviolability System is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Microsoft Guardian Image
Read 11,237 times | Last updated on June 27, 2011

Windows Microsoft Guardian is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Antidanger Center Image
Read 6,330 times | Last updated on June 20, 2011

Windows Antidanger Center is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Vista Repair Image
Read 31,383 times | Last updated on June 20, 2011

Windows Vista Repair is a fake computer analysis and optimization program that displays fake information in order to scare you into believing that there is an issue with your computer. Windows Vista Repair is installed via Trojans that display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. These messages will state that there is something wrong with your computer's hard drive and then suggests that you download and install a program that can fix the problem. When you click on of these alerts, Windows Vista Repair will automatically be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

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Windows 7 Repair Image
Read 52,386 times | Last updated on June 20, 2011

Windows 7 Repair is a fake computer analysis and optimization program that displays fake information in order to scare you into believing that there is an issue with your computer. Windows 7 Repair is installed via Trojans that display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. These messages will state that there is something wrong with your computer's hard drive and then suggests that you download and install a program that can fix the problem. When you click on of these alerts, Windows 7 Repair will automatically be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

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Windows XP Repair Image
Read 55,454 times | Last updated on June 20, 2011

Windows XP Repair is a fake computer analysis and optimization program that displays fake information in order to scare you into believing that there is an issue with your computer. Windows XP Repair is installed via Trojans that display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. These messages will state that there is something wrong with your computer's hard drive and then suggests that you download and install a program that can fix the problem. When you click on of these alerts, Windows XP Repair will automatically be downloaded and installed onto your computer.

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Security Protection Image
Read 295,054 times | Last updated on June 17, 2011

Security Protection is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as Malware Protection. This rogue displays false scan results in order to trick you into thinking that your computer is infected. When this infection is installed on your computer it will be configured to start automatically. Once started it will scan your computer and list numerous infections, but if you attempt to remove any of these so-called infections it will state that you first need to purchase the program in order to remove anything. As these scan results are all fake, please do not purchase this program based upon anything it states.

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Windows Steady Work Image
Read 5,346 times | Last updated on June 17, 2011

Windows Steady Work is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Stability Alarm Image
Read 6,707 times | Last updated on June 15, 2011

Windows Stability Alarm is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Accelerating Utlity Image
Read 4,776 times | Last updated on June 14, 2011

Windows Accelerating Utlity is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Concern System Image
Read 6,314 times | Last updated on June 13, 2011

Windows Concern System is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Examination Utility Image
Read 6,389 times | Last updated on June 10, 2011

Windows Examination Utility is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Personal Shield Pro Image
Read 77,353 times | Last updated on July 17, 2011

Personal Shield Pro is the name of a rogue that has belonged to numerous families of rogue anti-spyware programs in the past. The latest incarnation of this program is now MS Removal Tool family of rogue anti-spyware programs. This rogue is installed on your computer through the use of Trojans that pretend to be updates to various programs such as Flash, Shockwave, or codecs required to view an online video. These programs are also installed without your knowledge by exploiting vulnerabilities in programs installed on your computer when visiting normally safe sites that have been hacked with exploit kits. Regardless of how Personal Shield Pro arrives on your computer, when it is installed it will store the infection in a random folder located in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\ for Windows XP and C:\ProgramData in Windows Vista and Windows 7. The infection will then be configured to start automatically when you login to Windows.

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Windows Work Checker Image
Read 6,385 times | Last updated on June 9, 2011

Windows Work Checker is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Monitoring Utility Image
Read 6,268 times | Last updated on June 8, 2011

Windows Monitoring Utility is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Milestone Antivirus Image
Read 6,378 times | Last updated on June 7, 2011

Milestone Antivirus is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as Wireshark Antivirus. This rogue is attempting to confuse people by using a name that is well known in the security community. By using the name Wireshark, this rogue is trying to confuse users into thinking that they are related to the the legitimate network protocol analyzer called Wireshark that is commonly used to diagnose the traffic that is flowing over a network. Milestone Antivirus, though, is a program that ransoms the proper operation of your computer until you purchase it. Milestone Antivirus is promoted through the use of Trojans that will install the program onto your computer without permission as well as advertisements pretending to be online anti-malware scanners.

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Win 7 Antispyware 2012 & Vista Antivirus 2012 Image
Read 1,244,375 times | Last updated on December 17, 2012

Win 7 Antispyware 2012, Vista Antivirus 2012, and XP Security 2012 are all names for the same rogue anti-spyware program. This family of rogues is promoted in two ways. The first is through the use of fake online antivirus scanners that state that your computer is infected and then prompt you to download a file that will install the infection. The other method are hacked web sites that attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in programs that you are running on your computer to install the infection without your knowledge or permission. Regardless of how it is installed, once it is running on your computer it will install itself as a variety of different program names and graphical user interfaces depending on the version of Windows that is running. Regardless of the name, though, they are all ultimately the same program with just a different skin on it.

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Windows Troubles Killer Image
Read 7,795 times | Last updated on June 7, 2011

Windows Troubles Killer is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Windows Protection Alarm Image
Read 8,392 times | Last updated on June 6, 2011

Windows Protection Alarm is a fake rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection. When this infection is installed on your computer it will display a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states that it has detected an Unknown Win32/Trojan on your computer.

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Security Central Image
Read 23,157 times | Last updated on June 6, 2011

Security Central is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as Security Center. This malware is installed onto your computer through the use of fake scanner pages and Trojans that pretend to be updates to Adobe Flash. When Security Central is installed onto a computer it will be configured to start automatically when Windows starts. Once started it will perform a fake scan of your computer and then state that there are numerous infections present. If you attempt to remove any of these so-called infections with the program it will state that it is unable to do so until you purchase it. As none of the infection files actually exist on your computer, please disregard these scan results and do not purchase the program.

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