Windows Active Guard Removal Reports Released to Help PC users Remove Windows Active Guard
Windows Active Guard is a program suggestive of removing threats from a PC, but has been confirmed by PC security experts to be a fake.
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July 25, 2012 - PRLog -- Windows Active Guard is one of the more recent fake security programs to come out of a large family of rogue antispyware programs created by the same group of cybercrooks. These hackers are relentless in their duties of spreading programs like Windows Active Guard only to trick PC users out of money.
The deception of Windows Active Guard starts with its pop-up alerts, which attempt to warn users of detected malware threats. After that, Windows Active Guard will start a scan of the PC returning fabricated threat results. The list of scan results may be actual threats, but they are not present on the system that Windows Active Guard is installed on. To top things off, Windows Active Guard will redirect users to a purchase page where they are forced into buying a registered copy of Windows Active Guard to remove the so-called detected threats.
Those who have purchased Windows Active Guard have made a big mistake. Buying Windows Active Guard does not allow it to remove malware threats. The registered copy of Windows Active Guard is nothing extra and does not stand up to its promised ability to remove malware.
Windows Active Guard has been followed by security experts recently. These experts have given PC users plagued with Windows Active Guard an active solution by allowing them to remove with the proper resources. These resources are readily available on Windows Active Guard removal reports, such as the one found on EnigmaSoftware.com at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/windowsactiveguard-removal/. These reports address the need for PC users to uninstall Windows Active Guard where they could not normally do it using the Windows control panel features.
The video linked in this article is a live demonstration of a PC user using resources from EnigmaSoftware.com to remove Windows Active Guard. PC users are now able to obtain those resources from the removal report linked above in the newly updated Windows Active Guard removal report.