There is so much security software to choose from, either available as a commercial-grade application or free/opensource. The snag is, how do you establish whether the security application you're about to download and install, is a valid application. How do you know if it's not out of date or the definition updates have ceased to be supported? You can easily be fooled by a well-designed commercial website and you'll never know if the application is rogue software, until it installed.
RogueRemover 1.16 is a free version of the application designed to work out if you've accidentally installed rogue security software and removes it if necessary. It's also updated regularly, to keep abreast of new rogue applications. It will also inform you if it believes that other software, such as cleansing and drive management tools, will be classed as potential rogue applications.
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