Antivirus Pro 2010 is a misleading security application pushed through Braviax
malware (Trojan.Virantix.C Trojan virus). This program is classified as misleading application because it reports false scan results and displays fake security alerts to make you think your computer is infected. AntivirusPro 2010 from the same family as PC Antispyware 2010
, Home Antivirus 2010
and PC Security 2009
. Once installed, the misleading application will ask you to pay for a full version of the program to remove non-existing system security threats. Do not buy this program. Uninstall Antivirus Pro 2010 from your computer as soon possible.
As we have already mentioned, AntivirusPro2010 is promoted through the use of Braviax infection. This Trojan virus displays fake security alerts in your Windows task bar that promotes the misleading application. Usually it states that your computer is unprotected and that you should activate your antivirus software. The Trojan may also display warnings about various malware infections. While running, AntivirusPro_2010 will impersonate Windows Security Center and state that anti-virus software is outdated or disabled. Do not trust it, it's a scam.
To make things even worse, Antivirus Pro 2010 will hijack web browsers and redirect you to entirely different websites full of advertisements. What is more, it will block certain security websites and antivirus programs to protect itself from being deleted. If you find that your computer infected with this parasite, please use the removal guide below to remove Antivirus Pro 2010 from the system manually for free. Note that there can be additional malware installed on your computer not only Braviax and Antivirus Pro 2010, that's why we strongly recommend you to scan your computer with reliable anti-malware application like Spyware Doctor.
Related files: Uninstall.exe
Antivirus Pro 2010 properties
• Changes browser settings
• Shows commercial adverts
• Stays resident in background
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