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Delete Windows No-Risk Center fraud

By Gina on March 20, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Windows No-Risk Center, Windows NoRisk Center, WindowsNoRiskCenter, WindowsNo-Risk Center, Windows NoRiskCenter Delete Windows No-Risk Center fraud

Windows No-Risk Center is a counterfeit application pretending to be a computer protection tool. It acts like a legitimate security application but it isn't. The parasite spreads and downloads itself with the help of trojan. 



Once active Windows No-Risk Center starts to scan your PC and imitate security threats. Your desktop will be flooded with mass of pop-ups stating about system infections. Do not fall for this scam because it will cause you serious trouble. Do not buy anything it offers because Windows No-Risk Center is not able to provide any actual computer security service. Use reputable computer protection tool and remove Windows No-Risk Center upon detection.

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