- Blocks system files from running
- Hijacks homepage
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
A-Secure 2015 is not an application that will take care of your virtual security. The program has been created to look like a legitimate security program; however, the interface of this fictitious malware detection and removal tool is just a misleading cover-up. If A-Secure 2015 has corrupted your operating system already, it is most likely that no reliable security software has been implemented to guard your virtual security. Of course, once the execution of the rogue is complete, there is only one thing that you need to do – remove A-Secure 2015.
The clandestine A-Secure 2015 belongs to the Braviax family of rogue security tools. Other applications that are linked to the family include Zorton Win XP Antivirus 2014, Sirius Win 8 Antispyware 2014, and Rango Win 7 Antivirus 2014. The removal of these programs is also important; however, it is unlikely that these applications will be used by schemers for much longer, considering the turn of the New Year. Needless to say, A-Secure 2015 is in for the long run. If computer users do not install authentic malware detection and removal software, this fake AV could attack them at any point in 2015. A-Secure 2015 can slither in using fake online scanners, drive-by download attacks, misleading advertising, and other scams.
As soon as A-Secure 2015 is activated, you are likely to discover that your operating system is not running in a normal manner. To ensure that computer users do not delete A-Secure 2015 and do not install authentic malware removal software, the rogue will block the running of executable files. If you do not realize that this is something caused by A-Secure 2015 itself, you may be tricked into believing that your operating system is paralyzed by DoS.Win32.DieWar, Trojan-Proxy.Win32.Agent.x, and other fictitious infections. A scan performed by the rogue is completely bogus, and you do not need to remove any of the detected threats. In fact, these threats are presented only so that you would click the displayed Remove All button. If you click this button, you will be routed to the purchase page of the devious threat.
The pop-up alerts warning you about the threats that supposedly require removal, the fictitious scan reports, and the misleading recommendations are all designed to convince you that you need to register for the full version of A-Secure 2015. Needless to say, the registration costs money, and you should not spend a dime on a security tool that cannot defend you against the attacking threats or remove malware.
The removal of A-Secure 2015 is complicated; however, it is not impossible. The guides below show how you can install an automatic malware removal tool that will delete A-Secure 2015 together with other running threats. Many rogues are linked to active Trojans that act as malware droppers, and so it is quite possible that you will need to delete multiple threats. We do not recommend the manual removal; however, if you have chosen this option, you have to delete A-Secure 2015 after rebooting into Safe Mode.
A-Secure 2015 Removal
Remove from Windows 8:
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Remove from Windows XP: