Antivirus Security 2013 - How To Remove?


Antivirus Security 2013 is a fake security suite that shows less fake infections than usual rogues, but is associated with one. It is used to convince random visitors that AVASoft Antivirus Professional website sells legitimate software and is distributed through the website rather than exploits. The latter program is known as a rogue antivirus program, that infiltrates into computer using deceptive methods and tries to get money from random users. Antivirus Security 2013 uses CLamAV database and shows some false positives. However, it shares payment pages with the above mentioned rogue antivirus

Antivirus Security 2013 will show empty scan results in most of the cases. As it is distributed together with more dangerous parasites, I recommend removing it at once. It is not safe to have software on your computer that is developed by the same guys as create rogue antiviruses as you constantly pose risk to get infected. You cannot trust a tool that pushes you into purchasing some useless program designed by cyber criminals. If you think your system could be infected by one of these tools, we highly recommend scanning your system with a reputable antispyware tool, for example, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Spyhunter. While they are not necessary to remove Antivirus Security 2013 itself, you are not likely to have been visiting its website without an infection.

Automatic Antivirus Security 2013 removal tools

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Manual removal


Important Note: Although it is possible to manually remove Antivirus Security 2013, such activity can permanently damage your system if any mistakes are made in the process, as advanced spyware parasites are able to automatically repair themselves if not completely removed. Thus, manual spyware removal is recommended for experienced users only, such as IT specialists or highly qualified system administrators. For other users, we recommend using Reimage or other tools found on


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March 20, 2013 14:30, March 20, 2013 23:38

4 thoughts on “Antivirus Security 2013

  1. “Most of rogue Anti-Spyware, such as Antivirus Security 2013, is nearly impossible to remove manually.” Nonsense, it comes with an uninstaller that removes the ‘infection’ cleanly. It generates no Fake Alerts, just a few false positives that arise from the Clam AV engine and database that it uses. You certainly don’t need to pay SpyHunter to remove it!

  2. Born Slippy: Thanks for your input, I have corrected the guide.
    However, I disagree that one does not need a scan. The problem is not Antivirus Security itself. The problem is the way visitors might land in this non-advertised by legitimate means website. This can be trickery for users to confirm that such antivirus exists when they get infected with AnvaSoft, this can be link from its “support” about full version. Also, notice, that it SHARES the payment pages with AnvaSoft antivirus.

  3. I take your point Giedrius. I was fully aware that the two are related, indeed that’s how I found it in the first place. It’s not the first time a Rogue has released a ‘legit’ version (Security Shield were known for it). I would however disagree that this ‘cover Rogue’ is advertised by non-legitimate means. If you advanced search google with a perfectly reasonable term like “removes all adware and spyware programs” you’ll get two relevant results, a number of sites downloading Antivirus Security 2013 and …….SpyHunter. Look, I’m not suggesting we shouldn’t actively discourage users to avoid/remove this junk (the money goes to the same cyber-criminals in the end) but suggesting that you need to pay Enigma a substantial fee to remove something which (notwithstanding the point you make) is easily removed manually, is excessive. That said,keep up the good work.

  4. errors due to scam and virus are system problems 87 ,privacy items 47, junk files .i have a nephew that is a computer tech & a niece that uses a program book to correct errors . should i remove windows 7 . and reinstall i have disk paid $100.00 for .please advise asap Thank you Donna Bailey

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