Archive for February, 2007

SpyMarshal

Friday, February 23rd, 2007
 

Don’t get entrapped by SpyMarshal corrupt antispyware. If you install free version of this crap, it will find bunch of infected files and prompt you to buy full version to remove them. But, please, stop at this step. SpyMarshal can find malicious files even on an absolutely clean computer, and it can’t find any threats […]

 

SpyDawn

Wednesday, February 21st, 2007
 

New corrupt anti-spyware is on the loose. It's SpyDawn illegally installed by trojans and exploits to thousands of computers around the world. This rogue isn't something very new. It's a clone of notorious VirusBurst and Spyware Quake infections well-known to lots of Internet users. SpyDawn have the identical look and use the same components. The […]

 

SpyHeal

Wednesday, February 21st, 2007
 

It’s not safe to not use anti-spyware at all, but it’s not safe to use corrupt anti-spyware as well. SpyHeal can find some threats, but basically it scans only a tiny part of a computer. You can’t be sure it erases all spyware items as it leaves most of files untouched. Another problem comes when […]

 

System Doctor

Wednesday, February 21st, 2007
 

If you got worried about your computer’s security, installing anti-spyware along with antivirus is a great idea. But beware of rogue security programs such as System Doctor. It actually works as antispyware and is able to fix thing a little, but most of problems listed by this program are incorrect. Furthermore, System Doctor shows commercial […]

 

WinAntiSpyware

Wednesday, February 21st, 2007
 

WinAntiSpyware joins a gallery of corrupt antispywares. You hear about computer threats every day and get worried about your security like many other computer users, that’s when fake antispywares try to make a trick. You may think that WinAntiSpyware is a legitimate security program, but its advertisements are deceptive. WinAntiSpyware scan finds “infected�? files on […]