- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- Block exe files from running
- Changes background
Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée
Even though most of the rogue antispyware targets English speaking users, Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée is a new fake antivirus program that is intended to trick French speaking computer users around the world. It shows that creating rogue antispyware for other than English speaking users is becoming profitable too. However, apart from the fact that this fake computer security program “speaks” French, it does not differ from any other rogue out there, and just because this threat is not programmed in English, it does not mean you cannot get infected.
Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée is a cunning rogue, because one it is installed, its main file is saved as svchost.exe, under the patch %AppData%\AVS\. Usually, svchost.exe is a genuine Windows process files, so it means that by saving itself as a legitimate file Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée tries to trick your computer’s security pack and bypass the detection. It automatically creates an entry in your registry and it allows Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée to load automatically once you boot your Windows. The rogue pops up into your screen and performs a fake system scan, finding a whole load of Trojans in your computer. For example, it “finds” such parasites as Win32.Spamta.KG, Trojan.IRCBot.d or Wind32.Clagger.C.
Do not fret; these parasites do not exist in your computer. Seeing as you are infected with Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée, it is possible that there are quite a few infections in your system, but definitely not the ones that the rogue tells you about. The rogue uses the scan results and the following fake security alert messages to scare you:
These messages and the scan is there to push you into purchasing the license for Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée, because it says that only the registered version can remove the threats that you are informed about. That is a total lie, and you would only lose your money for good if you pay for this worthless program.
You need to remove Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée from your computer right now. If you are not sure how to perform it manually, get yourself a reliable antimalware tool which will terminate the rogue for you automatically. Do not wait until Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée will render your computer inoperable. Get rid of this threat right now.
How to manually remove Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée
Files associated with Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée infection:
Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée processes to kill:
Remove Antivirus 2011 Edition limitée registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "Windows upgrade"