SpyShield Definitely Spies…On You

Shield…SpyShield…pop-ups, not pop-unders…okay we’re getting sick of these rogue anti-spyware programs too, but hey, it’s our job to let you know what’s out there right?  SpyShield is definitely no ‘James Bond’ in any of his many incarnations.  It’s more like one of his many enemies, infecting your computer system and causing all sorts of problems that you are going to have to solve.  Like Ian Fleming’s famous detective, you’ll need some cool gadgets to help you ‘catch’ your enemy.

SpyShield works like most of the other rogues out there.  It will get into your system and start hijacking the system by inundating you with pop-ups that continuously harass you about your computer system being infected or in danger.  When you attempt to close these pop-ups, it just launches another pop-up and another…and another…and another.  If you get enough of these pop-ups covering your computer screen, your system will eventually freeze up.

Restarting your system will help for a moment or two until SpyShield loads back up into your system and starts its attack all over again.  This is how the program draws the unsuspecting computer user in.  They feel they have no choice but to accept the help SpyShield is offering them.  When users accept the ‘help’, SpyShield scans their system and then gives them a grossly inflated listing of files that are infected or ‘critical’ to the system and dangerous.  SpyShield then claims that it is only program on the market than can remove these files from your system.

Hold on there, 007, the last thing you want is SpyShield removing anything.  You don’t want to give this program any more access to your computer than it already has.  First off you have to purchase the fully licensed product.  As soon as you hit then enter key and download the program onto your system you have lost the money you just paid, and you’ve basically invited the spyware program into Buckingham Palace to torture the Queen with your permission.  Once SpyShield is firmly embedded into your computer system, instability starts.  The backdoor has been left open for more malware and spyware programs to load themselves onto your system without your permission and, of course, viruses will just surf on in.  Eventually your computer’s instability will become so bad that your system will completely shut down and not even ‘Q’ can fix it for you.

Like Bond…James Bond…you’ll need to zip to the rescue in a cool Aston Martin…we mean legitimate anti-spyware program.  ZookaWare PC Cleaner is a very good one to use as it is consistently updated with the most current rogue program information.  When you scan your system with ZookaWare PC Cleaner, it will present you with a true and accurate listing of the malicious programs on your computer.  It will instruct on how to remove the programs – it will actually do it for you, but you have to give it permission – and it saves you the hassle of having to remove each individual file of the rogue spyware program by hand.

It is better to use an uninstaller like ZookaWare PC Cleaner than trying to remove the files by hand.  The files that SpyShield corrupts are usually located in computers registry and other critical locations.  Removing one wrong file and you’re in even worse shape than before.  Also, make sure you also run your anti-virus program once the rogue anti-spyware program has been removed.  These rogue programs usually get onto your system in conjunction with Trojan viruses like Zlob and Vundo.

Protect yourself today.  Click on the green button below and scan your computer with ZookaWare PC Cleaner today.

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