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Process to Remove System Progressive Protection Fake Antispyware Posted on Security Blog
System Progressive Protection has been overturned by security experts to be a misleading and fake antispyware program created for the main purpose of extorting money from unsuspecting computer users.
System Progressive Protection pretends to be a program that will detect and remove malware and spyware threats on a Windows PC. Better yet, System Progressive Protection does nothing but create an annoying situation for PC users who may not have the proper antimalware/
System Progressive Protection has a light pink and red colored front menu with several buttons, which virtually copy the interface of legitimate antispyware or antimalware programs available for Windows systems. The deception of System Progressive Protection does not stop there. It actually extends to its many misleading popup messages staying the following:
Warning: Your computer is infected
Detected spyware infection!
Click this message to install the last update of security software…
Application cannot be executed. The file GoogleUpdate.exe infected.
Please activate your antivirus software.
Spyware.IEMonster activity detected. This is spyware that attempts to steal passwords from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Outlook and other programs.
These message are a ploy. They are created to make PC users believe that they have infections and the obvious choice would be to purchase System Progressive Protection to remove them. According to the new security site blog post on onlinesafety411.com, these messages and System Progressive Protection are fake and should never be trusted.
The best action to take when the System Progressive Protection program is found or noticed, is to remove it by first scanning your system with an antimalware/
Whatever happens with the System Progressive Protection program and its misleading messages and scan results, do not purchase it or you will be throwing money away. System Progressive Protection was created by hackers and all they want to do is take your money, usually over $60 or $70 of it for a fake security program by the name of System Progressive Protection.