'Microsoft Antivirus has found critical process activity on your PC' is a fake notification, which is used to infect computers with rogue anti-spyware programs. In order to be more specific, version, which has been discovered by our security experts, can install security_cleaner.exe file. This files is responsible for launching System Care Antivirus known as a dangerous rogue anti-spyware, which seeks to swindle the money by making victims pay for its licensed version. However, you should also beware that scammers can also start using this pop-up ad for spreading other potentially unwanted programs and cyber threats. In most of the cases, this alert appears when victim browses on the Internet and enters a random website. The message looks like it belongs to Microsoft Corporation and says that there is a virus on user's computer. However, before you fall for this message, you should think have you ever installed Microsoft Antivirus on your computer. You must stay away from 'Microsoft Antivirus has found critical process activity on your PC' and remove malicious files from the system if you have been tricked into clicking OK button.
You can be interrupted by fake 'Microsoft Antivirus has found critical process activity on your PC' notification on any website. Scammers not only create fraudulent websites and fill them with such adds but they may also hack a legitimate site and make it show such messages like this one:
Microsoft Antivirus has found critical process activity on your system.
You need to clean your computer to prevent the system breakage
If you fall for clicking an OK button, you will another alter that may also trick you into believing that you have a deal with real Microsoft Antivirus. It is tilted 'Microsoft Security Essentials Alert' and it is set to show a fake scan report, which is filled with different kinds of viruses. Please, do NOT fall for this alert and do NOT click the 'Clean Computer' button because it will infect your PC with System Care Antivirus. You must avoid this alert by clicking it out and, if you have already been infected, follow the guide given below to remove the rogue from your computer.
If you have been infected by System Care Antivirus, we recommend running SpyHunter. Don't forget to update it as soon as you download this security application, so that it could find these infected files automatically for you. If you can't launch your anti-spyware, use these essential steps:
1. Download SpyHunter. It is designed to run even when it is blocked, just change the name of its executable from xxxx.exe to xxxx.com.
2. Try registering malware by using this code, which has been working with earlier parasites from this dangerous group of viruses: AA39754E-715219CE . It will make your malware think that you have purchased it.
Information added: 06/25/13 06:45;
information updated: 06/25/13 06:45