Fake antivirus software programs, also called rogue security software, are programs that seem to be antivirus programs when in fact they are not. They either are disguised viruses, trojans or try to sale another product to the user. Like "normal" trojans rogue security software is often difficulty to remove from a computer system as it usually uses background processes to protect uninstallation or tampering. Remove Fake Antivirus is a portable software program for the Windows operating system that has been designed to uninstall 27 different rogue antivirus software programs from the computer system.
Windows Trojans Inspector is a fake antivirus program created to urge the user to buy the full version of Windows Trojans Inspector in order to earn some profit. Don't ever buy it as it is a cheat! Windows Trojans Inspector install itself into the computer without confirmation of the users and it start automatically when the windows boot. Windows Trojans Inspector produce fake virus warning alert consistently to force the user to purchase the full version so that to remove the malwares. Windows Trojans Inspector is nothing more than a scam and plagiarized antispyware program
The following rogue security software programs can currently be removed with Remove Fake Antivirus:
A click on the start button will initiate the process of removing these rogue security software programs from the computer system if they are installed. It starts by stopping running processes and removing the programs from the computer. The program seems to be updated fairly regularly by the software developer which makes it likely that new rogue antivirus programs will be added to future versions. Remove Fake Antivirus is available for download at the developer's website.
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