AdwareAlert is a corrupt anti-spyware application that tries to use the mistyped title of the legitimate Ad Aware anti-spyware tool in order to scam its users into paying the creators another $50. It pretends to be a legitimate spyware remover, while in reality, AdwareAlert is a complete fake that uses scare tactics (pop-ups, fake system notifications, falsified system scans) to get the user to buy it.
AdwareAlert is a scam and you should DO NOT download or buy it. Remove AdwareAlert ASAP if you've been infected.
• Shows commercial adverts
• Connects itself to the internet
• Stays resident in background
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Geolocation of AdwareAlert
This map reveals the prevalence
of AdwareAlert. Countries and regions that have been affected the most
are: United States.
QR code for AdwareAlert removal instructions
QR is short for Quick Response. They can be read quickly by the mobile phones. QR codes can store more data than
standard barcodes, including url links, geo coordinates, and text.
The reason we add QR code to the
website is that parasites like AdwareAlert are really hard to remove on infected computer.
you can quicly scan the QR code with your mobile device and have manual removal instructions to
uninstall AdwareAlert right in your pocket.
Simply use the QR scanner and read removal instructions from mobile device.
Information added: 2008-03-18 09:46
Information updated: 2012-02-07 10:28
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