Vista Internet Security Pro 2013 is a malicious rogue anti-spyware, which belongs to the Braviax family of rogues. Just like its predecessors XP Internet Security Pro 2013 and Win 7 Internet Security Pro 2013, this application seeks to make its victims pay for the licensed version, which, in reality, is nonexistent. In order to swindle the money, this malware displays fake alerts and system scanners that all report about dangerous viruses and computer issues detected. Be sure that all these problems are invented and have nothing to do with your computer. Besides, this program has nothing in common with a trustworthy PC security functionality because it has an empty virus database. You must remove Vista Internet Security Pro 2013 if you want to fix your PC completely.
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Vista Internet Security Pro 2013?
Vista Internet Security Pro 2013 is distributed by Trojan horses that infect computers without any permission asked. It affects those computers that run Windows Vista OS. Mostly, it is accidentally downloaded together with freeware, shareware, media codecs and similar downloads that are spread through unofficial sources. As soon as infected files are downloaded, Vista Internet Security Pro 2013 starts striving to persuade its victim to upgrade it to the licensed version. For that, it reports about dangerous viruses and even shows system scanners to convince victim that they are real. However, Vista Internet Security Pro 2013's scanners find identical viruses on every computer they run. In fact, there’s no licensed version of this program and you should never believe that this application is reliable and effective.
HOW CAN I REMOVE Vista Internet Security Pro 2013?
When trying to remove Vista Internet Security Pro 2013, you should run a full system scan with reputable anti-spyware. Try launching Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus or Reimage to get rid of infected files from your computer. However, it you have problems with launching these programs, try this trick:
Click Start->Run, enter https://www.2-spyware.com/download/hunter.exe and press 'Enter'. Now click 'Continue unprotected' and save the executable on your desktop. Then rename the executable from xxx.exe to xxx.com and run it. You should remove XP Internet Security Pro 2013 files, which will be detected by a program.
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