Awola 6.0 Is Rogue-Ware At Its Best
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, there is another rogue anti-spyware program searching for your computer to infect and this one was once a legitimate program.How’s that for sad marketing?Awola Anti-Spyware 6.0 is its name and like all the other rogue anti-spyware that is slowly marching across the Internet, this program will give you a long list of issues that your computer has.
Fake security alerts, pop ups, and other wonderful problems will drive you insane if Awola loads itself onto your computer.You should never be tricked by this program and even though it may give you the option to download an earlier version to take care of the myriad of false problems your computer has, we have one word for you: DON’T.Awola is set up to take your money and rob your computer of all of it normal processes.Face it, folks, Awola is a form of Trojan virus that you may have gotten from the Internet, spam mail, or other funky method.
So, threat levels for Awola mean what?
Research this rogue program and you’re going to find a bunch of threat levels for this program.Let’s take a look at what some of the meanings, because, believe us, you need to know just how frustrating this program is going to be.
- Awola is a pest that will track your Internet activities.It may have installed onto your computer via download that jumped your computer while surfing the ‘net.The ‘Add/Remove’ function on your computer should help get rid of the program.
- It should be considered a threat as it may profile your computer and report your personel information back to a third party.It will track everything you do and take a snapshot of all of your activity on and off line.
- Awola has the ability to download additional malware onto your computer.
- The logs Awola makes of your computer could be sent to anonymous hacker, opening your computer up to more attacks.
- Awola could disable your anti-spyware and anti-virus software without you ever knowing it.
- This program could very easily corrupt your computer’s registry and prevent you from being able to access the Internet and any anti-spyware websites in order to find a program that can help you remove it if the ‘Add/Remove’ function does not work.
I want this program off my computer now!
Yes, we completely understand that sentiment.However, unless you are an advanced computer user, you may want to use an anti-spyware/malware detection and removal program to take care of this pesky problem.By attempting to remove the program yourself, you are opening your computer up to even more problems, especially if you should happen to remove the wrong file.
There are numerous anti-spyware removal programs on the market and we invite you to try ours, ZookaWare PC Cleaner.Click on the green button to scan your computer to see if it has Awola on it.For that matter, ZookaWare PC Cleaner will tell you if you have any spyware/malware on it.Take it for a drive now.