AdwareAlert one of many rogue anti-spyware threats to surface the Web in late March 2008. It is a clone of such notorious rogues as SpyFalcon, SpySheriff and SpywareQuake. It can be installed without the user’s knowledge by a downloader trojan that exploits a flaw in the Windows operating system.
AdwareAlert acts like a normal antispyware program, though has several features make it less than wanted in your system. At first, it displays a blinking icon in the system tray that shows an alert message which looks similar to windows messages. If you happen to click it, AdwareAlert will start up and offer you a "free" spyware scan that will display an exaggerated report full of non-existent threats after it is complete. However, if you want to get rod of these bogus threats, you have to buy the "full" AdwareAlert version, which features a sole difference from the trial: it no longer shows you’re infected. Some trade-off, we must say.
In any case, DO NOT trust, download or purchase AdwareAlert under any circumstances, unless you fancy being royally scammed.
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