Peak Protection 2010


Peak Protection 2010 is a rogue antispyware program that spreads on computer systems through Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan. This alert states that a Trojan virus has been detected on your system and that you need to download an antispyware program in order to remove it. One of he suggested programs to download is Peak Protection 2010 which is a big scam that should never be trusted.

Once Peak Protection 2010 is infiltrated, it performs system scan and reports about tons of infections. The program insists removing them as soon as possible by purchasing a license of Peak Protection 2010. It is said to be the only way to fix your commuter protection problems. Actually, your system can be absolutely fine as Peak Protection 2010 doesn’t detect any real infections. The program is simply seeking for your money.

Moreover, at the time Peak Protection 2010 is running, you will not be able to run most of your programs as Peak Protection 2010 will block them. Instead of running the program you will receive a message stating that it is infected by a malicious program which might pose a treat for the OS. It will also recommend installing a full version of Peak Protection 2010 in order to fix the infections.

As you probably understand, it’s just a scam to make you pay for completely useless software. Remove Peak Protection 2010 as soon as possible with a reputable antispyware program.


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