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Fake Anti-virus - Windows Security Renewal

There is another fake anti-virus that imitates "Microsoft Security Essentials". This rogue ant-virus is called "Windows Security Renewal". The fake anti-virus displays a false report of viruses, Trojans and other malicious programs on your computer and then asks you to pay for an upgrade to remove these malicious programs from your computer.
Fake Anti-virus - Windows Security Renewal
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Fake Anti-virus - Windows Security Renewal


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Fake Anti-virus - Windows Security Renewal

There is another fake anti-virus that imitates "Microsoft Security Essentials". This rogue ant-virus is called "Windows Security Renewal". The fake anti-virus displays a false report of viruses, Trojans and other malicious programs on your computer and then asks you to pay for an upgrade to remove these malicious programs from your computer.

Please continue reading below.

Please do not purchase this software: "Windows Security Renewal".

The fake anti-virus software will prevent you from visiting anti-virus websites, block you from using Task Manager and Registry Editor in order to prevent you from removing it from your computer.

"Windows Security Renewal" Displaying a Fake Report of Potential Threats.

Windows Security Renewal displaying a fake report of potential threats on your computer

The "Windows Security Renewal" Prompting an Upgrade from the Trial to the Full Version

Fake Microsoft Security Essentials

How to remove fake ant-virus "Windows Security Renewal"

Use can use the following software to remove this threat:

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware: Click here to download and install the software.

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