UltraAntivirus2009 is distributed by Zlob trojan that infiltrates system pretending to be a video codec. The trojan loads infection alerts and offers downloading Ultra Antivirus as computer protection. Ultra Antivirus 2009 is actually nothing more but a fake software. It loads ‘threat detected’ reports and imitates computer scan, but all the messages are fabricated. Ultra Antivirus 2009 loads falsified alerts in order to push people into buying a full version of this tool. Unfortunately, the full version doesn’t exist. And whoever pays $39.95 or $49.95 or $119.95 for a license of UltraAntivirus 2009, he or she gets absolutely nothing.
Ultra Antivirus is not a computer protection; it’s typical malware. UltraAntivirus2009 hijacks web browser and regularly redirects people to ultraantivirus2009.com. It also loads large amounts of annoying pop-ups and makes it difficult to use a computer. The website of this fraud doesn’t provide any information on creators of the program and someone can only contact the mysterious company after they purchase Ultra Antivirus 2009. Ultraantivirus2009.com is also fraudulent: it claims that Ultra Antivirus is free to use, but it’s actually paid and useless. Related files: Uninstall.exe
Ultra Antivirus 2009 properties:
• Changes browser settings
• Shows commercial adverts
• Connects itself to the internet
• Stays resident in background
Ultra Antivirus 2009 manual removal
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