Net Protector Antivirus 2010: only protecting its goal of extortion

Woe to those few individuals that continue to make our online experience one filled with second guessing and skepticism.

Why – you may ask? Well, for anyone who makes used of the online community on a regular basis, it is clear that the state of one’s computer security is questioned on a daily basis – due to the millions of nefarious applications out there – so again I say woe to those few individuals that design and implement these dubious tactics and applications.

The newest danger to your PC is none other than: Net Protector AntiVirus 2010.

One never really knows just how safe, yet there are steps we can take to optimize our computer safety. Important in this quest is to ensure that you are up-to-date with the latest malware applications out there.

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Be aware! Ad-Ware Pro: the latest rogue antispyware doing its thing!

So, you start up your computer system, and you notice that your system is lagging, and is behaving in a rather strange manner. 

Now you get to thinking: “Is it my Ram? Or has my computer been infiltrated by a nefarious application, now leaving my system compromised on all levels.”

The latest dubious application to be causing all sorts of havoc online is none other than the Ad-Ware Pro rogue antispyware. Also known as AdWare Pro, Adware Pro, AdwarePro and AdWarePro, this application is very capable of destroying a computer system is has infiltrated.

Let us pretend for a second that there are no such things as rogue applications, and malicious content, where we exist in a world beyond malware and infections – in this world there is only growth and optimal progression amassed! This world can easily be attained – if we just eradicated the latest malware, as they appear online.

In lieu of this thought – let’s take a gander at the newest rogue application these days: Ad-Ware Pro and see just how it operates.

Ad-Ware Pro is installed onto a computer system via a Trojan infection, or might even enter into the system when the user visits malicious and dubious websites, which contain the virus in scripts embedded within.

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CHAMELEON

Let me start this as I think and scheme

Styling freely since I hit the scene

Flexing for ya an intro to the next

The Lithal productions keep creeping in.

Shapes shift, now morphed

Drapes slip, all taut

Just a makeshift of lies bought.

No one can break this, its truth wrought.

Lyrically creating while breaking the norm

Drastically debating, remaining on form.

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Ready for the latest rogue antispyware? Here it is: Antivirus 2010 Security Centre…

Ushering in the new day… getting all cobwebs in mind frame washed away, with the morning coffee in hand, on stand-by as lingering in start-up mode, I begin to wonder which lovely rogue antispyware parasite I can look forward to getting acquainted with today?

Each new day brings with it a new and improved infection and PC parasite, which is either a sign of the times – or a sign of the technological era we call the age fo the modern man (or woman, as it were…)

Ahhh – just in time, the power light flickers, and the scans begin… Or should I rephrase – the scams begin…

On one of the test beds (computers we utilize to check up on the internet on a daily basis – and see which parasites are new and running rampant…) – well today, the newest threat is none other than Antivirus 2010 Security Centre, also referred to as: Antivirus2010SecurityCentre, Antivirus 2010SecurityCentre, Antivirus2010 SecurityCentre.

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Woe this mode!

Just as I thought I had the right thought process amassed – I realise that the process only SEEMS to be in touch – but is actually rather somewhat very out of touch…

Where is the long lost laughter I linger after – so sought – yet only NOTHING is wrought – brought my only with me, but its tapped undone..

Now – where is the fun? Where is it at?

I wandered into a sweet obyss – it felt safe and new and oh so very nostaligic – now that it’s gone  – I long for it – I yearn for it!

This reminiscing only brings me to wonder why I played my hand so shabbily?

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Witness the fitness: see Antimalware Doctor for what it really is: a fraud!

Lost in time, lost in this digital era – swaying between what is useful and what is useless… the best way to ensure you steer clear of all that is useless and harmful is to research and research and research!

In my quest for knowledge – I have uncovered the latest scam: Antimalware Doctor. Yes – I said scam! This particular software will only damage any system it has infiltrated! Word to the wise… read on…

Let us pretend for a second that there are no such things as rogue applications, and malicious content, where we exist in a world beyond malware and infections – in this world there is only growth and optimal progression amassed! This world can easily be attained – if we just eradicated the latest malware, as they appear online.

In lieu of this thought – let’s take a gander at the newest rogue application these days! Antimalware Doctor is not to be taken lightly – it is a threat to any PC is has entered into.

There are so many variations of applications available online, many of which claim to be helpful tools, that ensure a user’s computer security remain intact. But how do we know which of these claims are actually true or false?

Being the latest in scams, Antimalware Doctor should not be trusted under any circumstances! Pretending to be a spyware remover, this application has one primary objective: to coerce its victims into purchasing its licensed version.

Antimalware Doctor, also referred to as: AntimalwareDoctor, does not deviate much from the typical and most widely practiced tactics of PC parasite infiltration.

Antimalware Doctor tends to use affiliated backdoor Trojans, usually Trojan Vundo or Zlob, in order to ensure hidden penetration into the targeted machine is successful.

Once inside the designated system, Antimalware Doctor will obscurely create hundreds of fake malware entities in the infiltrated system. Once this is done, Antimalware Doctor will then “detect” these dummy files and ensure the unsuspecting user, you, think it’s high time you removed all the reported malware.

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