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Your System is Infected With Dangerous Virus - Real Or Just a Hoax? Find Out Here!

 


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Have you gotten a pop up message that states something along the lines of “System error! Your system is infected with dangerous virus"? Be very careful! This pop up error is actually a form of “scareware" generated by a rogue spyware program. Do not fall for the trap. Your computer does have an infection but not the one they are talking about. With a few quick steps you will be able to neutralize and kill the virus infection.

Rogue anti spyware disguises itself as a benign program meant to delete viruses and spyware from your computer. In actuality the program just installs more spyware and viruses on your computer while potentially stealing your private confidential information. This can include passwords, social security, and credit card numbers.

The dangerous counterfeit programs post false positive error messages such as “Warning spyware detected on your computer", “Your computer is infected", or “Your system is infected with dangerous virus". The fake spyware removers associated with these error messages are IE Antivirus, MalwareBell, IE Defender, AntiSpywareMaster, and Files Secure. DO NOT install any of this dangerous malware!

But just because these programs are posting false warnings does not mean your computer is not infected. Far from it in fact. But what you need to do is kill the spyware and viruses generating the errors.

This unfortunately can be very difficult task to do alone. There are approximately 40-50 associated DLL files and a number of registry entries that need to be removed. This can be very dangerous if you do not know EXACTLY what you are doing. Altering your registry and system files incorrectly can cause complete computer failure.

Luckily I have discovered a program that can stop this pesky message and remove all form of spyware, viruses, and malware with a few swift clicks of the mouse. Scan your computer for free below and see if there is anything dangerous either corrupting or spying on your computer. With this quick fix you will never have to deal with the “Your system is infected with dangerous virus" message ever again!

Tired of viruses infecting your computer? Want to surf the web with the peace of mind that your computer is safe and secure? Get your free scan from the top trojan virus remover on the market today!

Jim Marshall is an expert computer technician with fifteen years of experience in the industry. Since his own computer was destroyed by malicious software, he has been studying anti-spyware, adware, and malware systems for years. His website details the comprehensive results of this research, ranking the best anti spyware programs available.

http://www.spyware-fix.net/index.html

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