How to remove Fake Adobe Flash Player install

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010 at 2:49 am
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Fake Adobe Flash Player install description

Fake Adobe Flash Player install is a counterfeit pop-up delivered by trojan. It usually displays fabricated warnings in the Russian language. Message claims you need to pay for installing or updating Adobe Flash Player. The fake pop-up demands sending an SMS message to get the activation code for the program to work. Paying by a text message won’t complete the fake installation process; it will only send your money to scammers. The Fake Adobe Flash Player install is delivered by Trojan.Ransomware. Run antispyware scan to delete the trojan and get rid of the pop-ups. You can use 28527548 and 35676549 serial numbers to disable the warnings.

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