- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Stay away from the seemingly legitimate looking XP Antispyware. This offensive application is actually a rogue antispyware tool out to fleece you out of your money and leave you with a headache in return. Known to go by various other names, XP Antispyware actually makes use of the same main executable as a myriad of other offensive rogues. This process, shared by the likes of Win 7 Antispyware and Vista Antispyware is called to as pw.exe.
Users who suffer from an XP Antispyware infection will experience many of the following symptoms, including slowed system performance and strange changes being implemented on the PC without the user’s action or permission. XP Antispyware will blame these phenomena on bogus threats it reports on with a fake system scan.
All of these measures are implemented by XP Antispyware to scare and panic the user into thinking his system is compromised, and that XP Antispyware is the only security application capable of saving the system. This is all part of an elaborate online scam out to fleece honest PC owners of their money.
Users should never believe anything XP Antispyware has to say, and should accept all correspondence received from this rogue as highly suspect. In order to limit the damage performed to the system, utterly obliterate XP Antispyware off your PC for good. Always invest in the latest security tools to offer up to the minute protection against these harmful and dangerous threats and infections.
How to manually remove XP Antispyware
Files associated with XP Antispyware infection:
XP Antispyware DLL's to remove:
XP Antispyware processes to kill:
Remove XP Antispyware registry entries:
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