- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
If you live in Korea, there is a high chance that your personal computer will be infected with one of the Onescan rogue antispyware family infections, which have been active since late 2010. In fact, malicious applications from the family have been reported to have infected Windows systems in China, Japan, and even U.S., but the attacks are directed at the Korean language speaking users, who are bombarded with fictitious notifications, rushing to remove alleged malware with registered version of a completely worthless antispyware application. Of course, everything that will be presented to you by any of the rogues, is completely fake, and you should rush to remove Onescan family rogues from your system. Below is a list of all known rogue family’s infections, which would require removal, if discovered in a system:
Also known by such names as SoftwareBundler:Win32/NetPumper.A, One Scan and Rogue:Win32/Onescan, high-risk Onescan rogues usually travel via Korean servers’ websites like any.com, priyn.com, vaccom.com or wba.com. And once one of the aforementioned rogues gets inside a system, you might come across such disturbing Windows malfunctions as restricted Internet connectivity or removed administrative privileges. These symptoms are meant to make it impossible to delete Onescan infections from a system rapidly, and to distract you from taking a second look at the infectious tools’ interface. Without a doubt, the fictitious computer scanner will look highly professional, and will be supported by completely fake security notifications, which will also seem legitimate enough.
Cyber criminals, who have developed and distribute Onescan family rogues, have set their scams to generate profits, and for that reason you will be forced to purchase one of their products’ full versions to remove allegedly attacking malware. Whatever you do, you should stay away from any purchase orders, money transactions, and other unsecured sources, which would make you disclose your personal data or waste your money, because this could endanger your highly private data! Moreover, if your operating Windows system is set in English, you live outside Asia, and you notice a strange program running in your system, with Korean characters, know that something is wrong, and you should not trust that kind of a program. So, if one of aforementioned applications is already running in your system, make sure you remove it right away. To delete Onescan family rogues we recommend using automatic removal tools, because mistakes done during manual removal could make your computer even more vulnerable to malignant infections.
How to manually remove Onescan
Files associated with Onescan infection:
Onescan processes to kill: