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GuardCenter is a rogue antispyware program that is usually secretly installed to your system by Trojan parasites or through browser security exploits. Once installed, GuardCenter will start generating fake security messages claiming that your computer is infected with spyware. The makers of GuardCenter seek to goad you into purchasing the full version of the program. Once installed, GuardCenter will become extremely difficult to remove manually, and will continue to try to recreate itself. GuardCenter is reported to be affiliated with rogue programs, such as DrAntiSpy, BraveSentry and SpyShredder.
LiveProtection is a corrupt antispyware application that is usually downloaded and installed by Trojans parasites, through browser security holes, or via other unsolicited delivery ways. Once secretly installed, LiveProtection will load on every Windows boot and may start generating large numbers of unwanted popup advertisements. LiveProtection will also display fake messages claiming that your computer is infected with spyware for the reason to make you purchase its promoted full version of LiveProtection. LiveProtection is known to be extremely difficult to remove manually because of its ability to renew the removed files. LiveProtection is cloned from various well known fake programs,...
StopingSpy is a fake antispyware application that is designed to be secretly installed onto your system. StopingSpy may be imported through browser security holes, or via other unconventional methods. StopingSpy is created to load on every Windows startup and may generate unwanted popup advertisements. The main purpose of StopingSpy is to display fake notifications claiming that your computer is infected with spyware for a reason to goad you into purchasing the full version of StopingSpy. StopingSpy is cloned according to other rogue antispyware products, including Dr.AntiSpy, BraveSentry and SpyShredder.
Backdoor.Hupigon.aahh is a nasty Trojan classified as backdoor. Backdoor.Hupigon.aahh is reported to distribute itself through browser security exploits or as a spam email attachment. Once embedded on your computer, Backdoor.Hupigon.aahh will provide access to your PC and any information that is available on your machine. Backdoor.Hupigon.aahh may also import additional malware to your system without your knowledge or consent. Backdoor.Hupigon.aahh poses a serious threat to the security and privacy of your personal and financial information and is advised to be removed.
Downloader.Eldorado.C is a nasty Trojan downloader program that once connected to the Internet will start importing additional malware to your system. Downloader.Eldorado.C creates a huge security hole on your system and becomes a serious threat to your security and privacy. The additional adware downloaded through Downloader.Eldorado.C may be a reason why tremendous numbers of popup advertisements will start disturbing your Internet browsing experience.
Backdoor.EggDrop is a Trojan backdoor program created to secretly find its way to your machine through browser security holes. After execution, Backdoor.EggDrop enables the ability to reach your PC via remote access. Remote attackers may comprehend this vulnerability for the purpose to steal your personal and financial information. Backdoor.EggDrop creates a severe risk and shouldn’t remain on your system.
Trojan-Downloader.Agent.afi belongs to a Trojan family and is designed to infect your PC. Once it is executed, Trojan-Downloader.Agent.afi will allow malicious programs to be imported to your machine. Trojan-Downloader.Agent.afi also opens up a backdoor security hole and puts your financial or banking information stored on your computer in a serious risk. We recommend to get rid ofTrojan-Downloader.Agent.afi, as soon as it is detected.
Virus.Hidrag.a is a virus program that delivers itself via browser security holes, IRC, and over network shares. After execution, Virus.Hidrag.a will remain computer memory resident and will try to infect all the .exe or .scr files that it can locate on your machine. Virus.Hidrag.a will adjust itself to load on every Windows boot. Virus.Hidrag.a may is also reported to open backdoor security holes that allows a hacker to reach any personal or financial information stored on your PC. Virus.Hidrag.a is a serious risk to your security and privacy and shouldn’t remain on your system.
Trojan-PSW.Dumbnod.c is a nasty Trojan program that is created to creep inside your system and open a huge security hole through which your PC may be infected with various parasites. Mostly, Trojan-PSW.Dumbnod.c gets inside your system together with other malicious parasites or via security holes on your browser. Just after its execution, Trojan-PSW.Dumbnod.c will start downloading malware onto your machine. In addition, Trojan-PSW.Dumbnod.c is capable to log your typed keystrokes and look for stored passwords on your system. Trojan-PSW.Dumbnod.c poses a serious threat to your security and privacy and is advised to be removed with no delay.
Trojan-Spy.Banker.ejg is an extremely dangerous backdoor Trojan designed to provide the remote hacker with full control over your computer. Trojan-Spy.Banker.ejg is known to propagate through browser security exploits or it may come bundled with other malware. Once installed, Trojan-Spy.Banker.ejg will allow the attacker to connect to your machine and perform malicious activities. Trojan-Spy.Banker.ejg places any financial or banking data stored on your computer in a serious danger and represents a serious security risk.
KillSpy is a rogue antispyware program, which is primarily created to goad Internet users into purchasing its full rogue version. KillSpy is usually downloaded and installed through browser security holes or via other illegal delivery methods. After execution, your screen will be bombarded with unwanted fake warning messages and popups looking like real Windows alerts in your system tray claiming that your system is heavily infected with spyware. The makers of KillSpy seek to swindle you out your money and urge you into purchasing the commercial version of KillSpy. KillSpy program shouldn’t be trusted and is recommended to be removed immediately. KillSpy is reported to use similar...
AntiSpy-Pro is a corrupt antispyware application that is often downloaded and installed by Trojans, through browser security exploits, or via other nefarious mechanisms. AntiSpy-Pro starts on Windows boot and may display excessive popup ads. AntiSpy-Pro will also generate fake notifications claiming that your system is infected with spyware and malware. This is done to goad you into purchasing the full version of this rogue. AntiSpy-Pro is reported to be affiliated with other rogue programs, such as Dr.AntiSpy, BraveSentry and SpyShredder.
Backdoor.Hupigon.ise is a nasty Trojan classified as backdoor. Backdoor.Hupigon.ise usually spreads through browser security holes and via spam email attachments. Once executed, Backdoor.Hupigon.ise gives an attacker full, unfettered access to your computer and any data stored on it. The intruder then may download, upload and run random files, control your computer and retrieve user sensitive information, including financial data as well. Backdoor.Hupigon.ise has the ability to download and install other spyware. Backdoor.Hupigon.ise is configured to run on every Windows startup automatically. We recommend to get rid of Backdoor.Hupigon.ise as soon as it has been detected.
Trojan-PSW.QQRob is a dangerous Trojan program that is created to secretly invade inside your system with a purpose to install additional spyware to your PC. Mostly Trojan-PSW.QQRob.n itself comes bundled with other malware or gets installed via various exploits on your Internet browser. After installation, Trojan-PSW.QQRob.n will start downloading various Trojans and other malware programs. Trojan-PSW.QQRob.n is also spies and logs your keystrokes and searches your machine for stored passwords. Trojan-PSW.QQRob is a very dangerous threat to the security of your sensitive data and should be removed as soon as it has been detected.