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Test Your Ability to Identify Fake and Real Antivirus Program with Microsoft MPC

The fake antivirus programs (also known as Rogue programs) are a kind of malware that often disguise as legitimate programs. Once installed it detect non-existent viruses on users PC and force them to pay money for removing the infections. Also, fake antivirus programs often installs sneakwares like browser add-ons and hijackers on users PC.
However, as fake antivirus programs are look similar to real antivirus programs, identifying them is a bit difficult process for common people. Then, how do you identify them.

Microsoft’s Malware Protection Center has created a test page on their Facebook page to help users differentiate the real antivirus program from the fake antivirus.

 If you’re interested go this Real vs. Rogue Facebook page and test your ability to identify the fake antivirus.

In previous posts, I had published several article on fake or rogue antivirus program - how to identify them, how to remove them from your computer and how they get into your computer.


  1. There is no way to do mistakes. All the "real" product are Microsoft... LOL


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