RazeSpyware Removal

It is questionable whether RazeSpyware is a rogue security program, or simply is not efficient. RazeSpyware claims to scan your PC for spyware, viruses and other infections, yet only checks for known threats. If anything malicious is found during the free scan that is offered, RazeSpyware will not remove it until the user registers and buys the product. It also detects normal software on your PC as a threat, which appears to be yet another ploy to get the user to purchase an ineffective product. Like other malicious antispyware applications, RazeSpyware causes slow computer performance, annoying pop-up ads and other common symptoms associated with malware. RazeSpyware may become installed on your PC without your knowledge, and is often contracted due to unsafe browsing habits, downloading freeware and other common programs, or weak security settings on your computer.

Recommended Action:
Remove Once Detected

AKA:
razespyware,
Raze Spyware

Manual Removal:
To remove RazeSpyware manually, you will need to kill all associated running processes. At that point, you must locate all related files and values in the registry and delete them. Manual removal is a process that is difficult, and may cause severe damage to your PC if not done correctly. To remove RazeSpyware automatically, it is advised that you use a reputable antispyware tool such as Spyzooka, which detects and removes all parasites and security threats with a simple scan.

Related Files:
razespyware.lnk,
autoexec.sss,
spyiblock.sss,
adw.htm

Download Free Scan
ZookaWare runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select ZookaWare and click Uninstall.

2 Responses

  1. Kalem Ahmed says:

    It’s a big red ad that takes up the whole screen and you cant right-click it or anything. When you pull down the task bar you can see the old desktop underneath so i know it’s on top of the desktop but underneath the icons???? I already used norton anti-virus and adaware and they aren’t doing anything. I looked for the file in program files and i can’t find it there or in add/remove programs. Task Manager doesn’t list it as running. Should I give a try to SpyZooka?…

  2. Octavio Suarez says:

    I have already ran my spyware software and it shows up as my background and no matter what I do to try and change my background, it still stays the same. Raze Spyware destroyed my life. SpyZooka removed it and now I have a clean computer. Thanks!

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