System Care Antivirus (can also be found as System Care Antivirus 3.7.33) is a dangerous application, which is definitely far away from what it presents itself for PC users. While it may seem to you as a sophisticated anti-virus solution with many useful options, in reality it's just another rogue that tries to steal your money. It does that by selling the fake license, which is promised to fix PC and remove viruses. If you would try to check your system with System Care Antivirus, you would see that it is capable of finding many different viruses on your computer. Relax, they are all fake. You should also know that this virus is just another version of AVASoft Professional Antivirus, Disk Antivirus Professional and many other viruses that have been spread by hackers previously. They all share the same GUI and also rely on the same marketing strategy, which is based on fake alerts and scanners. You can safely ignore these notifications and you should remove this virus without any delay.
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH System Care Antivirus?
System Care Antivirus is distributed without users' knowledge. You can get infected with it if you tend to visit illegal websites, download freeware, open spam or fall for fake alerts that typically ask to update your outdated Flash Player in order to watch something online. As soon as you click on such alert, you download Trojan horse, which additionally downloads malicious files that belong to System Care Antivirus. Once it gets inside the system, this virus tries to make itself perfectly comfortable there and modifies some of its parameters. As a result, it gets ability to start every time you reboot your computer and begins displaying its fake alerts and system scanners that, in fact, have absolutely nothing valuable inside. Please, ignore these notifications:
System Care Antivirus Warning
Your PC is still infected with dangerous viruses. Activate antivirus protection to prevent data loss and avoid the theft of your credit card details.Click here to activate protection.
Application cannot be executed. The file GoogleUpdate.exe is infected.Please activate your antivirus software.
The site you are trying visit may harm your computer!
Your security setting level puts your computer at risk!
Activate System Care Antivirus, and enable safe web surfing (recommended).Ignore warnings and visit that site in the current state (not recommended).
If you see these warnings, you should know that your system is almost fine and these viruses are invented threats or legitimate your system's files. However, we say 'almost' because you are infected with System Care Antivirus. Instead of making an online payment for the fake license of this rogue, you should remove infected files from your computer. If you have already paid for its license, contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.
HOW TO REMOVE System Care Antivirus?
If you want to remove System Care Antivirus, we recommend using SpyHunter, STOPzilla or other reputable security application. 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. However, 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.
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