Rogue AntispywareBy Bryan on March 29, 2010 | Rogue Antispyware
Stiratel is a fake security application made exclusively for the Russian market. The fraud is also known as Стиратель which is basically the same title only in Russian. Despite its specific target audience – Russia and other Russian-speaking countries, the program is no different from other rogue anti-spyware applications. Read more.By Gina on March 29, 2010 | Rogue Antispyware
Control Components is a fake security application which should not be taken for a real thing. The parasite infects your computer and performs various malicious actions such as violating system protection and creating security flaws so that more parasites could enter. Control Components promises to optimize your system performance and remove security threats, however, what it actually does is infect your computer and cause system problems. Read more.By Gina on March 29, 2010 | Rogue Antispyware
PC Bug Finder 2010 is not an actual security program. It's a malicious application pretending to be a real antivirus in order to gain purchase. However, even if you pay money for this fraud, it will not provide you with system protection. What PC Bug Finder 2010 will do is violate your computer's security and make it available for other similar parasites to enter. Read more.By Bryan on March 29, 2010 | Rogue Antispyware
I you're in a need of a security program for your computer, PC Bug Remover Pro is not the way to go. No only the application is a hoax it is also a malware which may cause serious computer problems. First of all what PC Bug Remover Pro will try to do is take your money for using it. PC Bug Remover Pro pretends to be a real computer protection program which requires purchase. Read more.By Gina on March 25, 2010 | Rogue Antispyware
XP Malware 2010 is not a real security tool. It's a malicious application pretending to be a security program in order to trick people into purchasing it. But why should people pay money for a malware? Good question. XP Malware 2010 imitates various actions which are usually ascribed to legitimate security tools such as performing system scans or displaying warning messages about security threats and infections. Read more.