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AV Secure 2012 removal instructions

By Gina on December 2, 2011 | Rogue Antispyware, AV Secure 2012, AVSecure 2012, AV Secure2012, AVSecure2012 AV Secure 2012 removal instructions

AV Secure 2012 is a fake anti-spyware program which gains to trick user into thinking their computer is severely compromised and need to be healed with its "legitimate" version. The parasite it a clone of Cloud AV 2012 scam as well. AV Secure 2012 spreads via trojan horse which enters the system through its flaws.

Once active AV Secure 2012 starts computer scans and shows numerous fake pop-ups that state about PC infections. Here are few of rogue security alerts:

Warning: Infection is DetectedWindows has found spyware infection on your computer!
Click here to update your Windows antivirus software
Warning! Infection found
Unwanted software (malware) or tracking cookies have been found during last scan. It is highly recommended to remove it from your computer.
Keylogger Zeus was detected and put in quarantine.
Keylogger Zeus is a very dangerous software used by criminals to steal personal data such as credit card information, access to banking accounts, passwords to social networks and e-mails.

Do not fall for this scam because it can cause you serious trouble. The parasite only gains you to purchase AV Secure 2012 "licensed" version. Malware neither has the ability to detect nor remove computer threats therefore it is not being trusted. Ignore all notifications but use decent anti-spyware application and remove malicious AV Secure 2012 program.

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