AntiVirus AntiSpyware 2011 is a rogue security program promoted through the use of Trojans and advertisements that pretend to be online anti-malware scanners. It uses misleading techniques to make it difficult to remove it. The rogue disables Task Manager so that you cannot end the processes associated with this program. It terminates known security software to protect itself from being removed. AntiVirus AntiSpyware 2011 automatically scans your computer and displays a list of non-existent infections. If you attempt to remove any of these infections, though, it will state that you first need to purchase the program to do so. In reality, these detected files are legitimate Windows files that if removed could affect the proper operation of Windows. Please do not purchase this rogue program and use the removal instructions below to remove AntiVirus AntiSpyware 2011.
While AntiVirus AntiSpyware 2011 is running, it will display fake security alerts about dangerous infections and threats. Some of the fake alerts read:
When you try to download security software for its remova, you will also be informed by such messages:
As you can see, AntiVirus AntiSpyware 2011 is a scam. It goes without saying that you should definitely not purchase this program, and if you have, please contact your credit card company and dispute the charges. To remove AntiVirus AntiSpyware 2011 from your PC please use the removal guide below. We strongly recommend you to use STOPzilla or other anti-spyware program to remove all infections from your computer.