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Remove XP Micro Antivirus

Posted by malwareremoval on February 20, 2010

XP Micro Antivirus is rogue antispyware application that has absolutely nothing to do with computer’s security, though it looks like being actually beneficial. XP Micro Antivirus is the program you definitely do want on your computer, as its main goal is to influence you into waste your money on worthless products. Being installed, XP Micro Antivirus is going to perform scanning of your system and then detect numerous malicious files in there. What is essential is that none of the threats detected are actually harmful. Please note that everything is done in order to scare you and to steal as much money from your pocket as it is possible. XP Micro Antivirus uses extremely aggressive tactics to protect itself.  XP Micro Antivirus will block all legitimate security programs, and block the Task Manger. This will prevent XP Micro Antivirus from being detected and removed. Moreover, while XP Micro Antivirus is running, be sure that you are not going to use your Internet browser without any obstacles. This rogue antispyware software will get over it and deny every single security web site that is able to get rid of XP Micro Antivirus. As you can see, XP Micro Antivirus is definitely an application that must not be trusted, and is recommended to be removed with a help of Spyware Doctor + Antivirus in order to increase the security level of your machine and prevent it from further destructions.

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