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Windows Stability Guard removal steps

By Gina on February 29, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Windows Stability Guard, WindowsStabilityGuard, WindowsStability Guard, Windows StabilityGuard Windows Stability Guard removal steps

Windows Stability Guard is nothing but a fake security tool. It constantly tries to trick user into believing their computer has many infections. This is a scam. Malware neither has the ability to detect nor remove computer security issues therefore it shouldn't be trusted.

The main purpose behind all of this, the user is offered to buy a full version of Windows Stability Guard for a small fee, in order to kill all malicious alerts. Malware is configured to run automatically every time when Windows stars. However, Windows Stability Guard is unable to detect or remove any infections, hence, you can ignore the fraudulent scan results. The parasite has an ability to block few programs from loading it. What is more, Windows Stability Guard may be noticed as the nag screens, all kinds of security threats and notifications flooding on your computer’s desktop. You don’t need to be scared. Use the removal guide for terminating malicious program.

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