System Adware Scanner 2010

System Adware Scanner 2010 Description

ScreenshotSystem Adware Scanner 2010 is a fake security application that belongs to the WinWeb Security family.. Through the use of false system scan results and bogus popup messages, System Adware Scanner 2010 and its countless clones can force unsuspecting computer users into purchasing a full version of System Adware Scanner 2010. In full version form, or free editions, System Adware Scanner 2010 is not able to detect or remove computer parasites including adware, spyware, viruses and other known computer parasites.

It is suggested that after detection or installation of the System Adware Scanner 2010 program, System Adware Scanner 2010 should be removed immediately to prevent harm to your system. The Winweb Security is a huge family of rogue security software. Among its many members are System Security, Antivirus Security, Total Security 2009, Security Tool, Trojan.RogueAV.a.gen, FakeAlert-KW.e, Advanced Security Tool 2010, System Tool 2011, Security Shield, MS Removal Tool, Total Security, System Security 2011, Antivirus Center, Essential Cleaner, Security Shield Pro 2011, Personal Shield Pro, Security Shield 2011, Security Sphere 2012, Advanced PC Shield 2012, Futurro Antivirus.

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File System Details

System Adware Scanner 2010 creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 k4w4x7f7.exe 790,557 d9f4025d3ea3cb0a26dabcf6176c45c8 3
2 k4w4x7f7.sys 5,120 d9a45a5a6f67d3773ffdd9851ae1bfdc 1

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