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Windows Custodian Utility uninstall guide

By Gina on April 4, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Windows Custodian Utility, WindowsCustodianUtility, WindowsCustodian Utility, Windows CustodianUtility Windows Custodian Utility uninstall guide

Windows Custodian Utility is another addition to the long lists of rogue security applications that will cause annoyances on computer. Malware spreads via trojan which enters the system through its vulnerabilities. The parasite downloads and installs itself automatically without user’s knowledge and consent. 

Once active Windows Custodian Utility starts to scan your PC and displays numerous fake warning messages that state your computer is severely compromised. Do not fall for this blatant scam because this is fraud. Malware gains you to purchase illegal version of the program. Windows Custodian Utility will hijack your browser to misleading web pages that market the program. Avoid believing in any information it shows because it may cause you serious trouble. Choose reputable anti-spyware application and terminate Windows Custodian Utility as soon as possible. 

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