Archive for April, 2010


Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Computer hackers have created one more fake program. The application is called PCommander and it is wildly distributed via Trojan viruses. PCommander behaves just like legitimate antispyware program though it’s nothing like that. The program infiltrates by force via Trojan viruses so it’s practically impossible to avoid it. Then it modifies some settings and takes […]



Thursday, April 29th, 2010

One Clean is a rogue anti-spyware program that you should stay away from. It’s an application that is infiltrated through Trojan viruses and once inside uses a bunch of methods in order to trick computer user into paying for OneClean. These Trojans spread on dangerous Internet sites where usually you will be offered to use […]


AP Manager

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

AP Manager is one more rogue antispyware program that uses deceptive means for the infiltration and once inside pretends to be an antispyware program. The application uses bogus scanners to imitate the functions of a security tool. The scanner is run after each computer reboot. Once it’s done, AP Manager recommends purchasing its license so […]


AV Center

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

AV Center is a rogue antispyware program that attempts to sell its so called full version by generating fake notifications and making you believe it’s a legitimate security tool. The program enters the system with a help of Trojans without giving a slightest notification about it. Once inside the system, AV Center creates plenty of […]



Monday, April 26th, 2010

TrustDoctor is another fake antispyware application that spreads through porn sites. Such websites ask to download some video codec in order to watch online videos. In reality, this so called “codec” is a Trojan virus that downloads and installs TrustDoctor application without asking for it. As soon as the program gets inside, it scans computer […]