WinAnonymous - How To Remove?

Type: Rogue Anti-Spyware

WinAnonymous, the clone of PCPrivacyTool, is another dangerous rogue tool that tries to scam every user it can. Its ways of infecting a particular computer are mainly as malicious as the program itself – WinAnonymous secretly exploits you web browser security vulnerabilities and downloads and installs itself via trojan parasites.

At first, everything you may see are constant pop-up notifications that tell you you’ve been infected with spyware. If you click any of these, WinAnonymous will start up and offer you a free scan of your computer. Isn’t that swell? After WinAnonymous runs the scan, you will be presented with a falsified scan report that displays numerous errors, making an impression that your PC is sprawling with computer parasites, as hundreds of titles appear on the reports. This is, of course, a complete scam: none of these parasites actually exist, and those that do are probably brought in by WinAnonymous itself. If you wish to remove these imaginary errors, WinAnonymous will demand that you purchase its full version.

Sure, nothing is free, but why should you pay for being scammed is beyond us. Which is why you should remove WinAnonymous as soon as you see its splash screen on your desktop. You are free to use our manual WinAnonymous removal instructions, and if you’re not computer-savvy enough to do that, download a WinAnonymous removal tool from our database.

Automatic WinAnonymous removal tools

Note: Reimage trial provides detection of parasites and assists in their removal for free. You can remove detected files, processes and registry entries yourself or purchase a full version.  We might be affiliated with some of these programs. Full information is available in disclosure

Manual removal


Important Note: Although it is possible to manually remove WinAnonymous, such activity can permanently damage your system if any mistakes are made in the process, as advanced spyware parasites are able to automatically repair themselves if not completely removed. Thus, manual spyware removal is recommended for experienced users only, such as IT specialists or highly qualified system administrators. For other users, we recommend using Reimage or other tools found on


About the author

I am an attentive virus researcher. My interests include discussions about deceptive online content and rogue software applications. All of our goal is to minimize the risks that many people encounter during browsing and help them figure out the main hints that might indicate that a program or a website is of a fraudulent nature.

January 29, 2008 14:09, January 29, 2008 14:39

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