- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
- Blocks system files from running
- Hijacks homepage
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014
Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 is a fake security tool that will try to convince you that you need to purchase a registered version of a completely worthless malware removal tool. The infection will use pop-ups and bogus notifications to trick you that you system is targeted by spam, that your files and passwords are on the verge of being stolen, and that your operating system is used for criminal activity. These are the risks that you will face if you do not remove Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014. So, instead of trying to delete the non-existent threats presented by the rogue, you should focus on the removal of the fake AV.
As you can see by the name, Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 is targeted at the Windows XP operating systems. Unfortunately, the threat can change its interface accordingly to the affected systems. For example, if the infection is installed onto Windows 8, users will have to delete Sirius Win 8 Antispyware 2014. This is just one infection from the Braviax (or FakeRean) faction that could affect your PC. You may also need to remove Rango XP Antivirus 2014, XP Protection 2014, and similar fake malware removal tools. Luckily, it is not that difficult to identify all of these infections, considering that they all use the same interface.
The interface is not the only thing that Braviax infections have in common. Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014, its clones, and predecessors can block .exe files. Unfortunately, you may have to deal with this symptom until you delete Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 from the operating system. What is even more unfortunate is that this symptom stops most users from performing Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 removal. Blocked access to your browsers can stop you from installing automatic malware removal software, and the blocked access to Task Manager and Registry Editor can aggravate the manual Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 removal.
Are you intimidated by the Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 scanner reports and the numerous pop-up alerts? These are the tools that cyber criminals have employed to trick more Windows users. In fact, if you register for the full version of Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014, real computer infections will not be deleted, and your operating system will remain susceptible to the infiltration of other threats. Do you want to worry about the removal of even more intrusive infections? The removal of Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 is difficult enough, and you do not need to complicate your situation even more.
You must delete Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 without further delay. We recommend installing authentic security software to patch up security vulnerabilities and remove Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014. Follow the guide below to install authentic security software that will delete the rogue and the accompanying threats.
Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 Removal
How to manually remove Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014
Files associated with Sirius Win XP Antispyware 2014 infection: