The Latest Spyware Threats Are Everywhere - Including The Google Redirect Virus

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 01, 2011 -- Spyware - Because its not just big brother any more. Be aware of what is running on your computer, what it is doing, who put it there, why they put it there and if they had the right to put it there.

Forget big brother, forget surveillance cameras, now your every action online could be being recorded without your explicit permission.

This practice must be brought out into the open, so that you have a choice before giving out highly personal information. Thats what this issue is mainly about choice and awareness.

The latest spyware threats are listed below

The Google Redirect Virus [http://bestantispywaresoftware.net/google-redirect-virus-removal-how-to-get-rid-of-the-google-redirect-virus] is still wreaking havoc. The main reason why this virus is one of the most damaging is that it cannot be removed with traditional antivirus programs. Instead, you need to use special methods or tools to get rid of it, which have remained a mystery until now.

Windows Microsoft Guardian is a dangerous scamware that has its primary intention to rip people off out of their money. Windows Microsoft Guardian GUI looks like that of other malwares hailing from the same dangerous family.

Windows Antispy Network is malicious program that has been found unnoticeably infecting computer users with a help of Trojans. By convincing them that computer is dangerously infected, malware additionally offers to purchase its licensed version which is paid, of course.

Windows Cleaning Tool is a dangerous cyber threat which may surprise you by unexpected appearance. This program is capable to get inside the system through security vulnerabilities found and additionally set itself to start once PC is rebooted. Please, be sure you remove WindowsCleaningTool once you see it on your computer.

Windows Clear Problems is a typical rogue anti-spyware which should be included into the family of rogue anti-spywares which is called braviax201102. Just like earlier released variants of this family, this version may enter your PC without being noticed by your antivirus.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 01, 2011 at 8:32 am
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