- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- Installs itself without permissions
Great Antispy 2012
Great Antispy 2012 is a rogue antispyware, which, at this point, does not seem to have any predecessor rogues. The devious application might be completely new and highly incomprehensible; however, it does not mean that this product should not be taken seriously. In fact, computer security specialists dedicate most of their time exploring new infections that can bring most detriment to oblivious Windows users, who do not have any information about illegitimate and dangerous programs like this one. Generally, rogue security tools help schemers to gather amazing profits, and it is highly likely that many infected system’s owners will not realize that they need to remove Great Antispy 2012 rather than pay for its useless full version. This product cannot detect or remove malware; therefore, we can guarantee that it can only bring detriment to your personal and financial security.
Inside a system, Great Antispy 2012 is presented in a blue/white interface that resembles a window of any legitimate Windows application. This product shows of a simulated stylized version of Windows logo and offers to use such tools as Scan Now or Updates, which could be found in any legal security tool. This interface will be filled with such options as “Activate now”, “Scan now” or “Remove now”, all of which will simply lead you to the rogue’s purchase page. To intimidate you into following the directions, you will be presented with truly threatening information about critical infections that need to be deleted from your computer. Additionally, such malware as Oscarbot.YQ, Spy.YK or TrojanDownloader.MDW will be falsely identified, and you will be offered to “Remove all threats”. Of course, this is just another pathway to the licensed version’s purchase page which you should avoid and ignore by all means.
Most rogue antispywares are known to cause some sort of system dysfunctions, which are meant to represent “existing” infections’ processing, but truly are simply generated to cause difficulties with their removal. Nonetheless, any appeared symptoms should not stop you from having Great Antispy 2012 deleted, because this is something you need to do right after you see this fictitious program’s interface on your screen. To delete the bogus antispyware we recommend using automatic removal tools, which could easily detect and remove all rogue’s components or other existing malware. If you are experienced with manual removal and know how to detect and delete Great Antispy 2012 files, please continue with utmost care so that no more detriment would be brought upon your system’s integrity.