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Advanced Antispyware Solution removal tutorial

By Gina on April 4, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Advanced Antispyware Solution, AdvancedAntispywareSolution, Advanced AntispywareSolution, AdvancedAntispyware Solution Advanced Antispyware Solution removal tutorial

Advanced Antispyware Solution is a hoax which gains to pilfer money from computer users. The parasite spreads via trojan horse and once installed it starts to imitate computer scans and displays numerous fake warning messages that state about PC infections. 

Here are some of rogue security issues: 

System Alert
Advanced Antispyware Solution has detected pontentially harmful software in your system. It is strongly recommended that you register Advanced Antispyware Solution to remove all found threats immediately.

Warning! Access conflict detected!
An unidentified program is trying to access system process address space.
Process Name: AllowedForm
Location: C:Windows...taskmgr.exe

Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Warning! Virus detected
Threat Detected: Trojan-PSW.VBS.Half
Description: This is a VBScript-virus. It steals user's passwords.

Do not fall for this scam because malware is not able to provide any actual computer security service. The parasite only gains to pilfer money from unwary users. Do not purchase its "full" version because malware will only steal your money and you'll get  more viruses onto your computer. Use effective malware remover and delete Advanced Antispyware Solution as soon as possible.

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