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Windows Safety Toolkit uninstall tutorial

By Gina on April 23, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Windows Safety Toolkit, WindowsSafetyToolkit, WindowsSafety Toolkit, Windows SafetyToolkit Windows Safety Toolkit uninstall tutorial

Windows Safety Toolkit is a fake anti-spyware program which gains to trick user into thinking their computer is severely compromised and need to be healed with its "legitimate" version. Windows Safety Toolkit spreads via trojan horse which enters the system through its flaws.

Once active  Windows Safety Toolkit starts computer scans and shows numerous fake pop-ups that state about PC infections. Here are few of rogue security alerts: 

Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
C:program filesinternet exploreriexplore.exe
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.

Attempt to modify Registry key entries detected.
Registry entry analysis recommended.

Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot sending viruses from your e-mail has been detected on your PC.

Do not fall for this scam because it can cause you serious trouble. The parasite only gains you to purchase  Windows Safety Toolkit "licensed" version. Malware neither has the ability to detect nor remove computer threats therefore it is not being trusted. Ignore all notifications but use decent anti-spyware application and remove malicious  Windows Safety Toolkit program.

Erase Windows Safety Toolkit at spyvoid.com 

Remove Windows Safety Toolkit at spywares-remove.com

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