Personal Protector 2013 – Danger on the loose

Nov 22

Do you see a pop-up notification on your screen that says Personal Protector 2013 has detected a virus on your computer? If so, then you are infected with rogue antispyware and you have to remove Personal Protector 2013 from your system at once. You might ask why you have to delete this program if it genuinely wants to warn you about computer threats. The truth is that Personal Protector 2013 is NOT a legitimate computer security tool. It is a rogue antispyware application and the only reason it has entered your computer is money.

Do you see that “Get full-time protection” button at the top right corner of Personal Protector 2013’s interface? You can also see the words “Trial version” above it. It gives an impression that you cannot explore all features and benefits of this program, because the version installed is not full. As such, Personal Protector 2013 claims that it cannot remove all the viruses detected in your system, because you need to acquire the license.

Aside from the fake scan that is common to all rogue antispyware programs, Personal Protector 2013 also “analyses” your Security settings and then claims that your Antiviral protection module is off, as well as Antispyware module, Internet security module and Automatic software update. If users infected cannot tell the difference between Personal Protector 2013 and a real antivirus program, they are bound to panic and do everything this rogue wants them to do.

However, keep in mind that you should NEVER spend a single cent on Personal Protector 2013. Rogues make use of credit card system to receive their payments and if you enter your credit card information into Personal Protector 2013’s purchase form, this data will be leaked to a third party, and your bank account will be hacked by cyber criminals. This is the main reason you cannot trust Personal Protector 2013.

Erase Personal Protector 2013 today and save yourself the trouble of seeing this annoying interface pop up into your screen every single day. If you are not a computer expert and do not dare to remove the rogue manually, acquire a powerful antimalware tool that will erase Personal Protector 2013 for you automatically. Investing in a computer security tool is always a good idea, because you can never know when another infection might barge into your system again. However, next time you will be ready.

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