There are many ways rogue security tools market themselves online. Seditious browser hijackers have formed part of rogues’ online marketing campaigns for as long as rogues have been around. Twofsoft.net lives up to the reputation of harmful and sneaky browser hijackers. This browser hijacker is directly involved in the promotion and distribution of AntiVira AV rogue antispyware.
Twofsoft.net forcefully redirects users to its compromised landing pages where it will proceed to exploit known system and browser susceptibilities in order to root the AntiVira AV Trojans and malware in the system. Twofsoft.net has also been known to employ well established drive-by download tactics as part of its attack on the system.
Once the user is redirected to Twofsoft.net he will be presented with a seemingly genuine and legitimate looking security website. Everything on the site was created with the express purpose of convincing the user that the site is legitimate and trustworthy. This is evident in the over embellished and fake testimonials of supposed past customers of AntiVira AV who unequivocally praise the rogue’s ability to protect their systems. These testimonials are all conjured up and are completely without merit or any basis.
In an effort to appear even more legitimate and to ultimately scam its victims out of their money, Twofsoft.net published bogus contact details on its website. It is important to remember that everything which appears on this site is placed there to sell the fake software and steal your money. The following contact details which appears on Twofsoft.net’s Company’s profile is as fake as its preferred software:
On each page a prominent link appears to the online payment portal found on Twofsoft.net. This online payment portal, although seemingly legitimate is indeed not secure and safe. Consumers who disclose their sensitive payment particulars to Twofsoft.net further expose themselves to more criminal victimization as cyber criminals are behind Twofsoft.net. Users will not have any control as to who has access to their billing information and will not have any control over it.
On the purchase page where on Twofsoft.net lists the prices for various AntiVira products numerous Microsoft Windows badges appear. These badges state that AntiVira AV is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and XP. Microsoft does not indorse and is not associated with on Twofsoft.net or AntiVira AV in the least. Directly beneath these impressive looking badges users will find the various prices information for AntiVira AV’s products. AntiVira AV Limited is selling on Twofsoft.net for a whopping $49.95, while AntiVira AC Plus is going for an equally ridiculous $59.95 and AntiVira AV Full going for $69.95. Never part with your hard earned money for any AntiVira AV product.
As with any type of browser hijacker, Twofsoft.net is dependent on affiliate marketing in order to generate money. Do not fall for these seditious lies and delete Twofsoft.net Trojans and malware and take back what is rightfully yours. Do this by investing in a genuine security tool which will not only get rid of Twofsoft.net infections but also protect your PC from future similar attacks.