How to Remove Fake Antivirus Programs from Windows?
Many times you are visiting a web page and suddenly you receive a message that your system is at risk or your system has been infected with a virus. You also get an option to fix the issue or remove the virus from your system. As soon as you click on the button to fix the issue, a program is automatically downloaded and installed in your system which pretends to be an antivirus. It scans your system and tells you that there are some virus infections which need to be fixed. After that you are asked to purchase a paid software to fix those virus infections.
Actually these so called antivirus are fake. Many virus makers create such kind of virus to infect your system so that they can earn money once you decide to purchase the product.
Uninstalling/removing such fake antivirus is not an easy task. That's why today we are sharing an excellent utility "Remove Fake Antivirus" which helps in removing fake antivirus programs from a system.
It can remove following known fake antivirus programs:
- Cyber Security
- Alpha Antivirus
- Windows Police Pro
- Antivirus Pro 2010
- PC Antispyware 2010
- Green AV
- Windows Protection Suite
- Total Security 2009
- Windows System Suite
- Antivirus BEST
- System Security
- Personal Antivirus
- System Security 2009
- Malware Doctor
- Antivirus System Pro
- WinPC Defender
- Spyware Guard 2008
- System Guard 2009
- Antivirus 2009
- Antivirus 2010
- Antivirus Pro 2009
- Antivirus 360 and
- MS Antispyware 2009
You just need to run the tool and click on "Start" button. It'll take some time and will completely remove the fake antivirus programs from your system.
You can download it using following link:
Thanks to Ahmad for sharing it...
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