Friday, October 22, 2010

Remove Rogue:Win32/FakePAV to Eliminate Notorious Misleading Popup

Those keeping track of malware development and familiar with recent fake antispyware releases are undoubtedly well aware of fake  Microsoft Security Essentials  alert. This alert is generated by trojan. Actually, the trojan displays a set of interactive alerts. The endpoint is an installation wizard for one of the following rogue and fake antispyware:

Major Defense Kit
Red Cross Antivirus
AntiSpy Safeguard
Peak Protection 2010
Pest Detector 4.1

The trojan is referred to as Rogue:Win32/FakePAV. It has several modifications. Rogue:Win32/FakePAV removal is to be performed together with  related fake antispyware, if the counterfeit is installed as the trojan’s popups suggest. In addition to the above five fake antivirus tools the trojan has recently been found to promote ThinkPoint adware. Click here to get rid of   Rogue:Win32/FakePAV and related adware as necessary.

Rogue:Win32/FakePAV removal tool:

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