SpyBouncer

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SpyBouncer is a rogue security software application developed by SRC Technologies for the Microsoft Windows operating system.

SpyBouncer has been listed by Spyware Warrior as a "rogue anti-spyware" program for its use of aggressive advertising and deliberate false positives.[1] It is described by Symantec, the makers of Norton Antivirus,[2] as "a program that may give exaggerated reports of threats on the compromised computer. It will then prompt the user to purchase a registered version of the software in order to remove the reported threats." The malware was linked by goggle.com.[3]

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