How to remove PUPs (potentially unwanted applications) and badware.

How to uninstall (remove) Advanced PC Fixer

December 5, 2016 Rami Douafi 0

Advanced PC Fixer – it is potentially unwanted program (PUP) that comes to the computer bundled with freeware via its downloaders. Most of all, it gets into PC without user consent. At first glance this program may seem useful. Advanced PC Fixer informs the user that the computer is infected and full of unnecessary files, or that you need to clean up the registry and much more.

How to uninstall (remove) Safer Browser

November 25, 2016 Rza Aliev 0

Safer Browser is a potentially unwanted program, similar to RadioTotal toolbar, OmniBoxes, MindDabble and a number of identical programs. All these applications claim to help you by providing safe and secure browsing in the Internet. Nevertheless, it’s not true. The only and one purpose of such applications is to earn a profit by redirecting users to suspicious websites.

How to uninstall (remove) Super PC Cleanup

November 25, 2016 Ilias Dzhubanov 0

Super PC Cleanup is a potentially unwanted software, which is promoted as a tool for system optimization by detecting and fixing errors. However, once Super PC Cleanup is launched on the computer, its fictitious scanning will show you a huge number of non-existent errors that are not available to fix without payment. The trick is the program, by misleading scared users, forces them to pay for the full version.

How to remove “Microsoft Windows Is Not Genuine” scam message

November 21, 2016 Aleksei Abalmasov 0

“Microsoft Windows Is Not Genuine” is screen locker that displays error notification and says that you use illegal copy of Windows. This error states that you must enter an activation key to restore your system.. The pop-up window contains a link (“Click here to get your key”) that leads to a site with a survey after completing which a victim is redirected to a pay-per-download website (sharecash.org).This website spreads pay-per-fill surveys in such deceptive and intrusive way. The fee is charged for a text file that, supposedly, contains the key. Be aware, note that entering a genuine key will not solve the problem.

How to get rid of “You have a ZEUS virus” scam message

November 16, 2016 Aleksei Abalmasov 0

It’s a browser hijacker that is usually accompanied with other free software. This malware shows the Windows Detected ZEUS Virus to trick the user. It’s created to make people think that their computer has crashed or that there is a real virus has been detected. The main purpose of such malware is to scare user and force him to call on one of the listed numbers to get support. But in reality they are just selling unneeded services and support contracts.

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