- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Antiviral Factory 2013
Antiviral Factory 2013 is a dangerous rogue which attacks unguarded operating Windows systems. As research shows, the fake antivirus tool can utilize spam email attachments, bundled downloads and similar implementations to enter a targeted computer; however, it is usually infiltrated with the help of misleading online scanners. If you visit a corrupted website indicating that your PC is infected with tens of malicious programs which require immediate removal, we recommend that you terminate browsing activities and employ a reliable spyware scanner to examine the computer. You certainly should not trust an online scanner because this is how schemers could infiltrate the rogue. Once this happens, you need to remove Antiviral Factory 2013 as soon as possible.
The interface of the misleading rogue has been created to resemble an authentic spyware detection and removal tool, and so you will be introduced to a computer scanner as soon as the rogue takes over. It has been discovered that Antiviral Factory 2013 can block the running of most executable files, meaning that you will not be able to access Task Manager and Registry Editor, which are required for manual removal, or connect to the Internet. These symptoms may create an illusion that malware listed by the fake scanner truly exist on the computer. Regardless, in order to remove the undesirable symptoms you have to delete Antiviral Factory 2013 itself. We have discovered this whilst researching PC Defender 360, Attentive Antivirus and other rogues from the WinWebSec family.
Fake AV tools from the WinWebSec family can corrupt your system, introduce a fictitious spyware scanner and flood your desktop with misleading notifications regarding Windows security. Even if you click X to remove the appearing pop-ups, they will shop up again and again until you delete the rogue. Here is an example of a fictitious notification:
If you click the button represented in this (or any other) notification, you will be routed to a purchase page. Here you will be asked to choose which version of Antiviral Factory 2013 you wish to employ. You have an option to pick between eight different products, starting with the so-called Basic 3 Month Pack (49.95 USD) and ending with the Basic 12 Month Pack + Premium Support (109.95 USD).
Please ignore these offers, because this money will go to waste. The rogue cannot detect or delete real Windows infections, and so it would be best to put this money towards reliable security software. Note that if you wish to activate the full-version of the rogue, you can utilize a special registration key.
Registration key: AA39754E-715219CE
Once the key is activated – remove Antiviral Factory 2013 without further delay. Delete the rogue manually if you have succeeded at this task numerous of times in the past, or install authentic spyware detection and removal software. We recommend SpyHunter to both experienced and novice Windows users because the program can delete running spyware and ensure effective Windows protection.
How to manually remove Antiviral Factory 2013
Files associated with Antiviral Factory 2013 infection: