- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows Virus Update 2011
The reason why your computer is performing weird as of late is that it is infected by Windows Virus Update 2011. It is a new rogue antispyware which has been launched with intention to reap easy financial gain. Just like any other rogue malware Windows Virus Update 2011 looks very much like a real security program, but that is done so in order to trick unsuspecting users into believing that the program they have is beneficial, while in fact it is nothing, but a malicious application.
Most of the time Windows Virus Update 2011 makes its way into your system via fake online malware scanners. It is possible to find yourself in the fake scanner site after clicking on a hijacked link which stands out among the search engine results. Creators of rogue antispyware are very good at using the hottest search keywords for their advantage, so they would appear at the top of the search. Appearing at the top of the search means that their link will be clicked many times and a lot of computer will get infected.
When you get infected by Windows Virus Update 2011 you will see that the program performs a fake system scan, “finding” multiple threats in your computer. The rogue urges you to purge these threats by purchasing the license for Windows Virus Update 2011 and consequently ensuring the complete protection of your computer. None of that is true. The rogue only wants your money, so simply must destroy Windows Virus Update 2011 as soon as possible, before it caused any more harm.