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Antivirus Scan

What is Antivirus Scan and how to remove it?

What is Antivirus Scan?

Antivirus Scan is a malicious program that attempts to imitate a genuine security program. After installation, this fake antivirus software configures itself to run on each system start up. It then performs a fake security scan and reports that your computer is infected with various spyware, malware, and viruses. These security warnings are fake and this program is created to scare people into purchasing a full version of the software. The security scans are imitations only, and will not protect your computer.

   
Antivirus 8

Antivirus 8 - How to remove?

What is Antivirus 8?

This fake antivirus program will try to trick you into purchasing the full version by displaying various security warnings. This rogue program is mostly distributed through websites offering free security scans. These scans will report that your computer is infected and that you should download Antivirus 8 to clean your system. After infection, this fake scanner starts automatically on every system start up - performing a fake scan and instructing you to purchase a full version of the software to clean the ‘detected’ infections. Do not purchase this fake program, it is a scam.

   
System Tool

What is System Tool and how to remove it?

What is System Tool?

This program appears to scan your computer for viruses, but is developed only to trick people into buying it. System Tool is a complete scam - scare-ware that displays various security warnings to scare computer users into buying a full version of this fake antivirus program. Commonly, this fake scanner is distributed through infected websites, various Worms, and Trojans. System Tool prevents users from running their programs and continually displays fake security warnings. Do not purchase this program, it is a scam. If you have already purchased this fake antivirus software, you should contact your credit card company and dispute the charges, explaining that you have been tricked into buying a fake program. After the infection, System Tool may also change your wallpaper.

   
Antispyware Soft

Antispyware Soft - How to remove it?

What is Antispyware Soft?

When this rogue program infects your computer, it will configure itself to run automatically. Often, this fake scanner is distributed through various malware and Trojans. When Antispyware Soft starts, it will perform a fake scan of your computer and state that your system is infected. This is a scare-ware created to trick people into purchasing it. Do not buy this program, it is a scam. If you have already purchased it, you should contact your credit card company and explain that you have been tricked into purchasing fake security software for your computer.

   
Internet Antivirus 2011

How to remove Internet Antivirus 2011?

What is Internet Antivirus 2011?

When your computer is infected with Internet Antivirus 2011, it will perform various fake security scans, state that your computer is at risk, and encourage you to purchase the full version of this fake antivirus program in order to eliminate those threats. Do not purchase this program, it is a scam. If you have already purchased the software, contact your credit card company and report that you have been tricked into purchasing a fake antivirus program. Do not trust anything that this program states; it is scare-ware designed to empty your pockets. You should remove this infection immediately to prevent it downloading more spyware to your computer.

   
Antimalware Doctor

What is Antimalware Doctor and how to remove it?

What is Antimalware Doctor?

Antimalware Doctor is dangerous fake software that imitates an antivirus program. This rogue program is mostly distributed through various Trojans, and after your computer is infected with Antimalware Doctor, the program will configure itself to automatically run on every system start up. When the rogue program starts, it performs a fake scan, indicating that many infections have been detected, and encouraging you to purchase the program in order to eliminate them. Do not purchase this program, it is a scam. If you have already purchased this fake program, you should contact your credit card company and cancel the transaction, explaining that you have been tricked into purchasing a fake antivirus program.

   
Antivirus Action

What is Antivirus Action and how to remove it?

What is Antivirus Action?

When Antivirus Action infects your computer it will perform fake virus scans and display fake security warnings. This rogue program runs automatically whenever you boot your operating system. After running a scan, it will report the discovery of many infections and that you need to purchase the software in order to delete the threats. Do not purchase this program, it is a scam. Internet criminals hope that you will fall for their devious scheme designed to encourage you to purchase a license for Antivirus Action. Do not consider doing so; you will loose your money and your PC will remain infected with this rogue program. The following security warnings may appear on your screen (these messages are generated by this rogue program and are fake - Antivirus Action generates them to scare you into believing that your PC is highly infected):

   
Security Tool

Security Tool - How to remove?

What is Security Tool?

Security Tool is scareware that performs various fake security scans and tries tricking PC users into buying it's full version. After Security Tool infects users computer, it will start automatically on every system startup. The program is able to hijack your browser, monitor your Internet browsing activities, and change system files. This software attempts to imitate a genuine antivirus program by scanning your computer and displaying false scan results. Do not purchase this program, it is a scam. Security Tool is a fake program created to scare you into believing that your computer is highly infected with spyware in an attempt to sell you the Security Tool license. In fact, Security Tool does not actually scan your computer and none of the ‘detected’ security issues actually exist.

   

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