Anti-Virus is a rogue program that pretends to be legitimate security software but in reality it’s just another scam. As a typical scareware, it reports false system security threats and displays fake security alerts to trick you into purchasing the program. Anti-Virus is promoted through the use of Trojans and other malicious software. Trojans usually come from fake online scanners, misleading online video sites or through software vulnerabilities. This fake antivirus program can be also promoted on various popular social networks. One way or another, you should remove Anti-Virus from your computer upon detection. Please use the removal instructions below.
Once installed and active, Anti-Virus will run a fake system scan and report numerous false threats. Then it will prompt you to pay for a full version of the program in order to remove the infections. It claims that complete malware removal from your PC can be performed only with a full version of this program. That’s wouldn’t be so bad if Anti-Virus was a legitimate malware removal tool. But now, it asks you to pay for a bogus program to remove non-existing infections. This is nothing more but a scam. You shouldn’t buy, that’s for sure.
What is more, Anti-Virus will flood your computer with fake security alerts and pop-ups about supposedly serious computer problems or infections. The rogue program will claim that you may lose your documents or even Internet connection if you won’t remove found infections immediately. Just like the false scan results, fake security alerts are being shown to scare you and make you think that your computer is infected. If you find that your computer is infected with this virus, please use the removal instructions below to remove Anti-Virus from your computer either manually or with an automatic removal tool. If you have already purchased this program then you should contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.