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In your daily search for free stuff, sometimes it may happen that you end up downloading and installing fake software. Do not worry, it is quite normal. But, lately, it looks like there is a lot of false antivirus software circulating on the Internet. Such programs are nothing else than trojans, viruses and malware in disguise. Other times instead such applications are trying to sell you other products or real antiviruses which are really, but really expensive. (and they are half as good as the ones you can find for free) Here is a quick solution for you to remove these fake, malignant software.

Remove Fake Antivirus is a free software (by the way, it is also a portable application) able to uninstall 27 different rogue antivirus software. Here is the name of false antiviruses it removes:

  • Cyber Security
  • Alpha Antivirus
  • Braviax
  • Windows Police Pro
  • Antivirus Pro 2010
  • PC Antispyware 2010
  • FraudTool.MalwareProtector.d
  • Winshield2009.com
  • Green AV
  • Windows Protection Suite
  • Total Security 2009
  • Windows System Suite
  • Antivirus BEST
  • System Security
  • Personal Antivirus
  • System Security 2009
  • Malware Doctor
  • Antivirus System Pro
  • WinPC Defender
  • Anti-Virus-1
  • Spyware Guard 2008
  • System Guard 2009
  • Antivirus 2009
  • Antivirus 2010
  • Antivirus Pro 2009
  • Antivirus 360
  • MS Antispyware 2009

The way it works is quite simple. Run the program, and you are done! The utility will stop running programs and, right after that, it will remove the false application right away. Nothing else is required on your side.

If you want to download it, visit the official website.




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One Comment to “How to Remove False Antivirus Software”

  1. Dawn Beardsley Says:

    my computer got a popup saying something about an earth antivirus. how do i get it off


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