Monday, January 26, 2009


AntiSpyBoss is a phony anti-spyware software, or rogue antispyware, that tricks people into thinking it will scan for and remove spyware from their computers. AntiSpyBoss is a uses very aggressive scare tactics, frightening people with false security warnings to get them to buy the software. AntiSpyBoss should not be trusted, save your money, do not buy AntiSpyBoss as the software is potentially dangerous and completely useful as far as PC security goes.

AntiSpyBoss usually infects PC's through security holes while on the internet and through downloaded adware/spyware and always without notice or consent.

Many victims report having their desktop wallpaper replaced with an aggressive flashing red ad for AntiSpyBoss that displays false warnings of spyware on their machines. The ad is used as a scare tactic to convince the user to pay for the program. AntiSpyBoss will perform a free scan that reports false positives but will not remove the alleged spyware unless the user pays for the program. Removing valid files falsely reported as spyware could be potentially harmful to the computer.

A newer variant of AntiSpyBoss falsely warns that the user is infected with a key logger named keylogger32.exe, another scare tactic to get the user to pay for the software. AntiSpyBoss is part of a family of rogue security programs that includes a similar program named SmartSecurity.

If your computer has been infected with AntiSpyBoss you should remove it immediately.

Click here to start removal of AntiSpyBoss.
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