Braviax/Fake Rean has released another multi-name rogue that targets computers all over the world. The program uses different names to attack systems running different versions of Windows. It is a dangerous virus that was designed by scammers who are looking for easy ways to get money. The program warns that your system is infected by displaying tons of security notifications and lists of infections after performing a fake system scan. It tries to convince computer users to purchase its full version with the only aim – just to rip them of. Here are the names that Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 uses:
WINDOWS 8 NAMES: Sirius Win 8 Protection 2014, Sirius Win 8 Antivirus 2014
WINDOWS 7 NAMES: Sirius Win 7 Protection 2014, Sirius Win 7 Antivirus 2014
WINDOWS XP NAMES: Sirius XP Protection 2014, Sirius XP Antivirus 2014
WINDOWS VISTA NAMES: Sirius Vista Protection 2014, Sirius Vista Antivirus 2014
As it has been already mentioned, Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 uses a fake scanner which imitates looking for infections on your system but in fact it may not detect anything. The program warns about infections that in fact don’t exist at all or it displays a list of random files that are not even harmful. Basically, Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 creates an illusion that your system is at risk but, in fact, it is not competent enough to name any infections. You should stay away from these programs and remove them using a reputable antispyware tool.
If you have noticed any security notifications that redirect you to a website offering to download one of the versions of Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 or directly recommend activating one of these programs, it is also an indication that you have become a victim of this new multi-name rogue antivirus. Just like the scan results, these notifications are fake and you shouldn’t take them for granted. Here is how some of them look like:
System security threat was detected. Viruses and/or spyware may be damaging your system now. Prevent infection and data loss or stealing by running a free security scan.
Sirius XP Protection 2014 has blocked a program from accessing the internet
This program is infected with Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen
Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords.
Sirius Win 7 Protection 2014 Alert
Unknown program is scanning your system registry right now! Identity theft detected.
Beware! Spyware infection was found. Your system security is at risk. Private information may get stolen, and your PC activity may get monitored. Click for an anti-spyware scan.
Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 is distributed with a help of Trojan viruses, which makes it very difficult to detect infections during their infiltration. Most of the users find out about these rogue programs only after getting infected. What is more, Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 tries to protect itself from being eliminated. When you try to use any of your legitimate programs, it may terminate them and display another warning saying that the program is infected and recommending to download one of the versions of Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014.
Beware of Braviax/FakeRean family and don’t trust its products. You can read more about its previous release here. The best solution for those infected with Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 is to run a full system scan using Spyhunter, Malwarebytes or other reputable antispyware program. Don’t forget that you have to upgrade your chosen security tool to its latest version, so it would be able to eliminate all the latest threats.
Manual removal of Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014
- Enter https://www.2-viruses.com/downloads/stopzilla.exe and press ‘Enter’. Wait for the file to downlad.
- Run the Stopzilla installer. It should kill Sirius Multi-name Rogue 2014 process.
- If the Stopzilla installer does not kill the process, try the Spyhunter installer : Start->run https://www.2-viruses.com/downloads/spyhunter-i.exe, download and run.
- Scan with Stopzilla, Spyhunter or Malwarebytes to eliminate the parasite.
At this point the Stopzilla installer is capable of killing processes of this rogue family, though you might need additional anti-malware tools to fully remove the parasite.
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