Pw.exe is the executable file of huge Fake antispywares’ family that has been noticed in the middle of November trying to rip users off. Its campaign is based on telling that computer is infected with malware and then offering to purchase removal program which is always named differently. In fact, this scam has 27 different names that also depend on the OS run by infected computer, like Win 7 Security 2011, Vista AntiMalware 2011, XP Guard, Win 7 Antispyware 2011, XP Internet Security 2011 and XP Antispyware 2011.
No matter which of those above mentioned names will be given for the program, they all will use pw.exe executable file which additionally helps them for launching after computer reboots. Additionally, because of this file you will have nothing else but troubles, like total PC slowdown, multiple popup ads and unwanted scanners, disabling Task Manager, System Restore and occasionally Safe Mode. Remember, once you notice, stop pw.exe on the process tab and run a reputable anti-spyware to remove all other files connected to these malwares. Posing to be completely legitimate, they all seek to make you purchase it what means supporting the scammers.
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