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SpyZooka Removes Rogue AntiSpyWare XP 2009


Spyzooka recently announced its ability to remove the very troublesome Antispyware XP 2009, a rogue antispyware program that infects systems without userís knowledge via Trojans and other fraudulent methods.

Carl Haugen, entrepreneur and founder of Blue Penguin Software, is exited to announce the results of his antispyware product Spyzooka and its ability to remove various forms of malware including the deceptive Antispyware XP 2009. The name Antispyware XP 2009 is designed to fool computer users into believing that it is related to Windows XP. Itís not.

Antispyware XP 2009 typically enters a system when users download a video codec or other seemingly useful software. Antispyware XP 2009 installs without permission and produces false security warnings aimed at convincing users to purchase the harmful Antispyware XP 2009 software.

Like most malware, Antispyware XP 2009 is very difficult to remove. Once Trojans, malware, viruses and the like have attached themselves to a system, trying to get rid of them can be a frustrating task. The best way to protect your system from adware, spyware and other malware is by avoiding it in the first place. Even smart computer users can fall prey to these tricky programs. Finding a reliable, high quality anti-spyware program is often necessary.

Carl Haugen had his own frustrating experience with spyware and decided to invest his time and energy into developing an effective antispyware program. He achieved this goal when he, along with a team of specialists, created Spyzooka. To learn more about Spyzooka, Carl Haugen, or Blue Penguin Software go to


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