Personal Protector 2013 Description
Personal Protector 2013 is a fake anti-virus program that uses misleading tactics to fool unwary computer users into thinking their computers are corrupted with various malware threats, and then, forces victims to buy the commercial version of Personal Protector 2013 to rip them off. Personal Protector 2013 offers affected PC users to purchase the so-called licensed version to fix detected malware infections. However, in truth, there's no full version of Personal Protector 2013 because it is an online scam created by attackers to swindle credulous PC users out of their money. Personal Protector 2013 invades the targeted PC with a free trial version, which, at first sight, may seem to be a legitimate security program, but, in reality, it's a fraudulent and useless security tool, which is not able to detect and remove any type of malware infections.
Personal Protector 2013, a member of the family uses Trojans to distribute itself to vulnerable computers. When installed on the affected computer system, Personal Protector 2013 runs automatically every time Windows is started. Once on the infected PC, Personal Protector 2013 performs a fictitious system scan and creates fake malware results in an attempt to intimidate victims into believing their PCs are infected with numerous security threats. Personal Personal Protector 2013 bombards the desktop of the victimized PC with bogus security alerts that also notify PC users about imaginary computer threats. After that, Personal Protector 2013 urges affected computer users to purchase the supposed licensed version to remove all malware infections and fix the PC. You should not rely on and buy Personal Protector 2013 because you will simply waste your money on a worthless security tool. ESG's security analysts highly recommend you to rid the affected computer of Personal Protector 2013, as well as of its clones with a legitimate and effective anti-malware program. Among Personal Protector 2013 family members are