Unigray

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Unigray is another corrupt anti spyware. Unigray installs itself on a computer without user’s permission and then it presents itself as a security tool. Luckily, the most majority of users find this strategy suspicious and they are right. Unigray is not a security tool and it should be removed as soon as possible.

Unigray displays large amounts of pop-ups in order to trick people and make them purchase the full version of this malware. Of course, no one would trust simple “Buy full version!” pop-up, so the messages loaded by Unigray are masked to look like security notifications. Do not purchase Unigray! You will lose your money (since Unigray never functions as anti spyware) and you will support malware creators so they can live happily ever after.

One should delete Unigray right after it appears on a system. This malware may download additional computer parasites on the compromised system. Use Unigray removal to fight this malware.

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  1. Unigray says:

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