Rogue Anti-Spyware Program
Rogue anti-spyware (or rogue security software) is an application that uses malware or malicious tools to advertise or install itself or to force computer users to pay for removal of nonexistent infections. Rogue anti-spyware will often install a Trojan horse to download a trial version of the rogue anti-spyware program or it will execute other unwanted actions.
The main goal of rogue anti-spyware developers is to install and sell their product. In order to attempt to install their program, fake Windows dialog boxes and other browser pop-ups are often displayed attempting to entice the user to click on them. Usually they will display a message warning users that their computer system is infected with numerous parasites and urging the user to purchase and install the offered rogue anti-spyware application.
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