We're always looking for the best possible security software. Our ideal application will be well designed, lightweight so it uses minimum system resources, but also effectively searches for and removes all known virus, Trojan and malicious software. As we're never entirely happy with our current security tool, we keep on searching for and installing new apps. However, how do you always know that the security application is actually a valid tool? It might search through your system and state that no malicious software was found, but whilst it's performing the search, it's actually installing its own Trojan.
RogueRemover 1.11 is a tool that's designed to route out and find rogue security applications that you might have installed on your system. It's completely free, so might be a decent acquisition to your software resources.
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