System Progressive Protection – True Or Fake?

Sep 24

If I were to tell you to remove System Progressive Protection out of the blue, you would definitely have a few questions, right? How about if I show you something System Progressive Protection floods its victims with:

Progressive Protection Warning
Spyware.IEMonster process is found. This is virus that is trying to send your passwords from Internet browser (Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Outlook & others) for the third-parties.
Click here to protect your data with System Progressive Protection.

Warning!
Application cannot be executed. The file rdpclip.exe is infected. Please active your antivirus software.

System Progressive Protection Warning
Your PC is still infected with dangerous viruses. Activate antivirus protection to prevent data loss and avoid the theft of your credit card details.

Looks familiar? These are the fake security messages that System Progressive Protection sends to infected users with intention to push them into buying the nonexistent product. However, no one says you should put up with it. There is a way to rein System Progressive Protection in.

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This is an activation key that has to be copy and pasted into System Progressive Protection’s registration window. It tricks the software into “thinking” that the user has purchased the license for the program already. However, do not be lulled by this sudden calm – register System Progressive Protection does not remove it. If you just register it and then leave it there, sooner rather than later the rogue will come back with its fake scan. You will once again have to go through the list of fake infections, including Win32.Spamta.KG.worm, Trojan.Dropper.MSWord.j, Worm.Bagle.CP and others.

Thus, before System Progressive Protection returns with full force, you need to remove it from your computer. Some users terminate it manually, others acquire computer safeguard applications, and others bring it to computer centers. Actually, all removal methods are good as long as they are successful. However, there are users who cannot delete System Progressive Protection on their own, and who don’t have a spare penny to pay for the technician’s services. These users are advised to acquire a computer safeguard application and terminate System Progressive Protection automatically. Even though the rogue usually blocks computer security programs, with the activation key posted above you will be able to sedate the rogue. You will have enough time to launch a full system scan with the legitimate security program, and then remove System Progressive Protection for good.

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