Great AntiSpy 2012 (can also be called Great AntiSpy) is a malicious utility, rogue, which was noticed in the end of August/early beginning of September. This threat clearly shows that summer holidays are over and users must be ready for new malware attacks. Just like any other rogue, this one displays fake alerts and scanners that report about invented malware and then offer useless virus removal services. According to our research center, it may belong to the group of the dominating malware creators who actively work on trying to swindle the money from unaware PC users.
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Great AntiSpy 2012?
Just like all rogue parasites, this one is distributed by Trojans that come inside undetected and make some unnoticeable changes to PC’s registry. Typically, you can get infected with Great AntiSpy 2012 through free programs, fake updates or codecs and other files that are infected. As soon as it gets inside the system, victim starts seeing annoying notifications stating that an 'Unknown Trojan' or 'malicious threats' were detected inside your computer and now you are recommended to install the ‘licensed’ its version:
Critical: Some malicious threats cannot be deleted. Some threats contain unrecognized structure and can not be removaed without update.
Of course, such alerts are completely fake and you should never pay for this licensed version of Great AntiSpy 2012.
HOW TO REMOVE Great AntiSpy 2012?
Remember, keeping this rogue means serious danger because it may install more viruses on victim’s computer. Besides, it dramatically slows it down and causes browser redirections. To get rid of this rogue, reputable anti-malware program is a must, so scan your computer with Reimage and Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus to kill its processes and eliminate its infected files. You must update them first before a scan!
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