Antivir is a rogue anti-spyware program which is mostly installed to the system manually. Fake online scanners promote Antivir by offering for PC users to download the scam which is promised to clean every machine. Tactics goes when pop-up ads, stating about various cyber infections detected, interrupt browsing the Internet and bring people to the “official” website from where Antivir can be downloaded. However, after being installed Antivir loads tons of annoying reports trying to make its victims concerned about their PCs security. Because of being created only to swindle the money, this rogue offers purchasing its licensed version for fixing non existent security issues. The only infection that must be eliminated is the same Antivir and only its removal can help you to save computer’s OS.
Antivir starts automatically when machine boots up. Once started, badware lists numerous infections by using misleading notifications. What is more, Antivir hijacks Internet Explorer and victims start getting warnings about the potential harm when browsing the Internet. Antivir expects to make users scared by loading messages like these two:
Trojan:W32/Inject Activity Detected
Trojan:W32/Inject is a large family of malware that secretly makes changes to the Windows Registry . Variants in the family make also makes changes to other running processes.
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Warning! Visiting this site may harm your computer!
This web site probably contains malicious software program, which can cause damage to your computer or perform actions without your permission. Your computer may be infected after visiting such web site.
The only truth is that Antivir is a rogue anti-spyware program which seeks only to make people purchase its “full” version. Instead of purchasing this program, delete every file connected to Antivir. If you have already bought this scam, reach your credit card company to dispute the charges.
There is a new version of fake Antivir : Antivir Solution PRO. It is much more advanced version of parasite, and requires disabling processes prior launching removal software. You might also try starting new processes using task manager, or right-clicking on Spyware Doctor executable and choosing “run as administrator”. Full Antivir Solution Pro removal guide available here : https://www.2-viruses.com/remove-antivir-solution-pro.
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