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    How to remove TheSpyBot

    TheSpyBot is a program that should be avoided at all costs. This program is advertised through the use of misleading advertisements found on its own web site and its affiliates sites. If installed, TheSpyBot will scan your computer and display a variety of supposed infections on your computer that cannot be removed unless you first purchase the software. These infections, though, are legitimate files or Wi...

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    How to remove SpyWatchE

    SpyWatchE is a rogue antispyware program that displays legitimate files and Windows Registry entries as malware on your computer. These entries are being shown as malware in order to trick you into purchasing a license of the software in order to remove them. This tactic of deliberately displaying false positives is one of the reasons that this programs falls under the rogue anti-spyware category....

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    How to remove LiveAntiSpy

    LiveAntiSpy is the latest rogue anti-spyware in the family that consists of Spy-Shredder, StopingSpy, and many others. LiveAntiSpy is advertised through the use of misleading web sites and popups that state that you are infected. If you download and install LiveAntiSpy, it will automatically start and scan your computer. After it has finished, it will state that a variety of programs, most of which are leg...

  • SpyKillerPro Image

    How to remove SpyKillerPro

    SpyKillerPro is a rogue antispyware program that deliberately creates fake Windows Registry entries on your computer in order to make it seem that you are infected with a variety of malware. When SpyKillerPro is installed it will create approximately 22 Registry entries that make it look like you have infections automatically launching when your Windows starts or when you open Internet Explorer. In reality, none of the entrie...

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    How to remove InfeStop (Removal Instructions)

    InfeStop is a rogue antispyware program that is in the same family is WinIFixer, SpyRid, and EasySpywareCleaner. These programs are installed and advertised through the use of Trojans that display fake security alerts. These fake security alerts contain text stating that you are infected or have severe security problems on your computer and should install InfeStop in order to remove them....

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    How to remove EasySpywareCleaner (Removal Instructions)

    EasySpywareCleaner is a rogue antispyware program that is installed and advertised via Trojans. Once certain Trojans are installed on your computer, advertisements for EasySpywareCleaner will be displayed on your computer along with fake security alerts stating that you are infected. These fake alerts can state that you have a security issue on your computer or are severely infected and that the only way to fix the problem is...

  • WinIFixer Image

    How to remove WinIFixer (Removal Instructions)

    WinIFixer is a rogue antispyware program that is directly advertised and installed through the use of Trojans and other adware. WinIFixer is also next in the family to a very wide spread rogue called WinFixer. This infection is typically advertised through malware, which displays advertisements on your computer without permission. Some of these advertisements are misleading security warnings trying to purch WinIFixer....

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    How to remove The Last Defender (Removal Instructions)

    The Last Defender is a rogue antispyware program that utilizes misleading popups and web sites to indicate that your computer is infected with malware. When you visit a web site advertising The Last Defender, you will be presented with what looks like an anti-malware scan on your computer. When the scan is finished, the web site will popup a window stating that you are infected with a variety of malware and stating you should...

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    How to remove Cleanator (Removal Instructions)

    Cleanator is a rogue system optimization program that is advertised through misleading popups, and when run, displays exaggerated scan results. When visiting certain web sites, you may receive a popup that pretends to be a program scanning your computer. These popups state that your system is in danger and you should install Cleanator to fix the problem. If you click on the ad, or even try to close the window, your browse...

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    How to remove StopingSpy (Removal Instructions)

    StopingSpy is a rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the SpyShredder family. This family of rogue applications are aggressively advertised on the web with false information, false reviews, and misleading popups. Once installed, StopingSpy will scan your computer and list a variety of problems that can not be removed unless you first purchase a license of the software. Having to pay for a software to remove an infection...

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    How to remove SpywareRemover (Removal Instructions)

    SpywareRemover is a rogue anti-spyware program that is advertised through the use of malware. When this malware, labeled Hoax.Win32.SpyWare.d by Kaspersky antivirus, are installed on your computer you will start to see popups for a variety of services. One of these is advertisements is a misleading popup stating you are infected and that you should install SpywareRemover to remove it....

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    How to remove StorageProtector (Removal Instructions)

    StorageProtector is a rogue system optimization program from the family of rogues that include CleanPCTool. StorageProtector's web site states that this program can be used to fix computer errors, improve system performance, repair corrupted files, and optimize your computer. In reality, though, this program displays misleading results and you can only fix them with the software if you purchase a license f...

  • CleanPCTool Image

    How to remove CleanPCTool (Removal Instructions)

    CleanPCTool is the latest rogue system optimization program from the family of rogues that include StorageProtector. CleanPCTool states that it can fix errors that will make your computer run more efficiently. Unfortunately, the errors that CleanPCTool reports, are misleading false positives that you can only remove with this software when you purchase a license of the software. CleanPCTool also uses misle...

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    How to remove NoWayVirus (Removal Instructions)

    NoWayVirus is the latest rogue anti-spyware program in the same family as AntivirusForAll and AntiSpywareControl. NoWayVirus is advertised through a variety of web sites and popup alerts where a fake antimalware scanner is shown stating that you have a variety of infections. Just like all other similar web popups, there is no way that that a web site can determine this, and these fake and misleading re...

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    How to remove AntivirusForAll (Removal Instructions)

    AntivirusForAll is a rogue anti-spyware program that is a clone of other rogues such as WinSecureAv and AntivirusPCSuite. AntivirusForAll is aggressively advertised through web sites that show false accolades and fake scans that state your computer is infected. When AntivirusForAll is first installed, it will automatically scan your computer and display a variety of infections that are in fact legitima...

  • AntiSpywareControl Image

    How to remove AntiSpywareControl (Removal Instructions)

    AntiSpywareControl is a rogue anti-spyware program that is part of the same family of rogues consisting of WinSecureAv and AntivirusPCSuite. These rogues are advertised through misleading web sites that state your computer is infected with a variety of malware even though the web site could not know that. Once installed, AntiSpywareControl scans your computer and states that a variety of legitimate fil...

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