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Windows Cleaning Tools uninstall steps

By Gina on April 10, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Windows Cleaning Tools, WindowsCleaning Tools, Windows CleaningTools, WindowsCleaningTools Windows Cleaning Tools uninstall steps

Windows Cleaning Tools is a rogue anti-spyware program used for cybercrime by malicious hackers. This potentially unwanted application can be installed on your computer by another trojan infection who usually visited unknown websites and fake anti-virus web pages. 

Once exists on the PC numerous fake alerts is issued and misinform that computer is contaminated with virus. Cleverly distributed and marketed it is easy fall victim to this nonsense rogue. This is a scam which has not spyware detection or removal engine so won’t be able to remove any computer virus.

Do not be fooled by any of the fake warning messages of fake computer scan results because the truth of the matter is that Windows Cleaning Tools is dangerous and must never be trusted. It also might redirect your browser to misleading web pages that sell the program but you need to ignore it as well. Use decent anti-spyware application and get rid of the parasite immediately. 

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