FakeVimes is a family of rogue antivirus programs. Firstly spotted in February, 2012, this group of rogues is based on TrojanDownloader:Win32/FakeVimes which tends to attack poorly protected systems. As soon as it downloads FikeVimes components, Trojan sets the system to display fake alerts and scanners reporting about malicious programs detected. This family of programs additionally offers to purchase illegitimate security software. All programs that belong to this family share identical GUI and also use the same alerts expected to make users concerned about their PCs’ security. Typically, FakeVimes members are active for no more than 5 days.Security experts report that FakeVimes family has been particularly popular among Internet criminals and it is expected to grow in the future. 

How to remove Windows Prime Accelerator

May 7th, 2015. What is Windows Prime Accelerator? Windows Prime Accelerator is a dangerous virus, which belongs to 'rogue anti-spyware' category. If it infiltrates computer, it immediately modifies several system settings and starts its annoying activity. Basically, this activity is based on continuous... More...

Windows Accelerator Pro removal

May 7th, 2015. What is Windows Accelerator Pro? Windows Accelerator Pro is a dangerous program, which mimics real antiviruses. As soon as it infiltrates computers, it displays fake alerts that all announce about different problems. Of course, these problems are invented and seek to steal people’s... More...

Defender PRO 2015 fix

March 25th, 2015. What is Defender PRO 2015? Defender PRO 2015 is a dangerous application, which may present itself as a reliable security tool. Unfortunately, but we can't say the same because this program has no virus database and other components that are important for normal PC's functionality. In... More...

Eliminate Malware Defender 2015

February 19th, 2015. What is Malware Defender 2015? Malware Defender 2015 is a rogue anti-spyware, which can easily trick you into purchasing its fake licensed version. Why are we so sure about that? The answer is very simple - this malware tends to display trustworthy-looking scanners that are set to report... More...

Windows AntiBreach Module removal steps

November 25th, 2014. What is Windows AntiBreach Module? Windows AntiBreach Module is a malicious application, which hails from a huge family of threats that is called FakeVimes. When it infiltrates computer, this virus starts displaying fake system scanners and pop-up notifications that are set to report... More...

Windows AntiVirus Adviser removal guide

November 18th, 2014. What is Windows AntiVirus Adviser? Windows AntiVirus Adviser is a malicious program that tries to look like a powerful anti-spyware. No matter how convincing it looks, this application has nothing to do with good intentions. Instead of trying to help people check their... More...

Uninstall VirusSecurity

September 1st, 2014. What is VirusSecurity? VirusSecurity (also known as Virus Security) is a fake anti-spyware that can do anything to make you believe that it seeks to help you improve your PC's security and protection. If you started receiving alerts from this program, you should be concerned because it's the... More...

Windows Web Shield removal instructions

May 15th, 2014. Windows Web Shield is a fake security tool that was detected several days ago. Similarly to other rogue anti-spywares, this program promises to help people remove unwanted malware, malicious applications and other cyber threats. Of course, it has no ability to do that... More...

Uninstall Windows Security Master

May 14th, 2014. Windows Security Master is a malicious program, which can easily infiltrate your computer. Such viruses can be prevented by installing reputable anti-spyware and updating it as soon as new updates show up. However, if you keep visiting illegal sites, download illegal programs on the system and... More...

Remove Windows Internet Guard

April 8th, 2014. Windows Internet Guard is a malicious program, which belongs to FakeVimes virus family. All viruses that belong to this gang share the same appearance and also act the same. They all report about nonexistent viruses and then, after scaring people into believing that their PCs are infected, offer... More...
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