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Windows Advanced User Patch removal guide

By Gina on May 7, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Windows Advanced User Patch, WindowsAdvancedUserPatch, WindowsAdvanced UserPatch, Windows AdvancedUser Patch, WindowsAdvancedUser Patch, Windows AdvancedUserPatch Windows Advanced User Patch removal guide

Windows Advanced User Patch is a scam which spreads via trojan horse. The parasite is only an imitation of a security program and is not able to provide any actual computer security service.

Once installed it will display false system security warnings and then will prompt you to buy a full version of this program to remove threats that don’t even exist. Do not fall for this blatant scam because it is malicious and fraudulent. Malware gains to trick you into believing their PC is infected and need to be cleaned with “licensed” version of the program. This is a scam. Windows Advanced User Patch neither has the ability to detect nor remove computer threats therefore it is not being trusted. Use reputable malware scanner and delete Windows Advanced User Patch upon detection.

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