Do Not Be Fooled By AdvancedAntivirus
I have had the opportunity to work in the computer industry for a great number of years now. During this time I have witnessed tremendous advancements in technology. In most instances, these advancements have afforded us a great deal of opportunity. On the other hand, some of these advancements have been used by those with less than good intentions. In these instances, technology is used against us, and can be used to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. Highly illustrative of this is the whole fake antispyware industry. One of the most common types of phony antispyware is software by the name of AdvancedAntivirus. I feel like it is my responsibility as an expert in this field to warn people about AdvancedAntivirus.g.
Let us start with a discussion of computer viruses, as that is what AdvancedAntivirus is supposed to remove from your system. Computer viruses come in all shapes and sizes, and range in severity. Some computer viruses are simple to remove from your system while others can be so severe as to damage a system beyond repair. Regardless of the type of computer virus, however, they all have at least one thing in common. That thing is that nobody wants their system to catch a virus and as such, most people are willing to take swift and immediate action to remove any threat of virus from their hard drive.
The people behind AdvancedAntivirus are well aware of the fear that computer viruses strike in people, and it is this fear that they capitalize on. In other words, the hackers who created AdvancedAntivirus understand that people posed with the threat of a computer virus are willing to act quickly — and in this instance irrationally — to ensure that their system is not infected. So the scam behind AdvancedAntivirus.g goes like this. AdvancedAntivirus is downloaded on to your system illegitimately — usually through a Trojan virus. Once installed on your system, AdvancedAntivirus will begin to warn you of various other threats to your system, hoping to strike fear into you. The issue here, though, is that none of the viruses are really threatening your system. Rather, AdvancedAntivirus is making these viruses up in an effort to scare you into paying for their proffered solution.
AdvancedAntivirus claims in order to alleviate the threat of viruses to your system, you must download their full version of the software. In so doing — according to AdvancedAntivirus, that is — you will be able to stop the viruses before they damage your hard drive. In reality, however, the only threat to your system is AdvancedAntivirus itself. So in short, you would pay for AdvancedAntivirus to remove something that does not exist.
This raises the question of what to do should you begin receiving pop ups for AdvancedAntivirus. The answer is to not heed the warnings of AdvancedAntivirus.g, but instead, remove it from your system. And to do this, you need to rely on software that is guaranteed to work. I personally developed Spyzooka, and I stand behind it 100 percent. I guarantee Spyzooka will remove AdvancedAntivirus from your system and urge you to explore Spyzooka further at
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