If you take a quick look at the Personal Protector 2013 “trial version,” you might think that it is a well-meaning, legit program that is only trying to help. But this is far from the truth. In reality, Personal Protector 2013 is part of a large family of fake antispyware programs that exist solely to scam honest Windows users like you and me.
If you have this program on your computer, you are going to see a lot of popups and alerts claiming to detect various threats on your computer. These are nothing to worry about, as they are not based on reality at all. The program shows the same phony warnings to everyone, so just try to tune out those warnings and don’t pay attention to them.
The best way to get rid of security threats like Personal Protector 2013 is to run a full scan with an actual antivirus/antispyware program, but if you don’t want to do that, there are ways to get rid of it manually. If this is your preference, follow these steps to completely remove Personal Protector 2013 for free.
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