Site Villain is one of the newer rogue antispyware applications on the internet. You may be fascinated to know that Site Villain is actually a direct clone of AntiAID,which is a recent rogue which originates from the WiniSoft family.
Site Villain may gain access to your computer system without your knowledge or consent and will then proceed to install itself onto your computer, and it will automatically load up each time that you start Windows.Site Villain has one primary goal, which is to create the illusion that the victims computer is infected with all types of threats, this is done with the purpose of the offering the victim a full version of Site Villain,for a fee, which promises to remove these fake threats.
Site Villain may go by the following names:
Site Villain may display some of the following symptoms:
Site Villain will try every single trick and tactic that it can to try and convince you to buy the full version. You need to know that the only real threat which you have running on your machine is the deceptive Site Villain itself. Do not believe any fake scans, fake scan report results or any computer security notifications. The truth of the matter is that Site Villain has been specially designed in order to steal your money. Do not fall for it by buying the full version. If you are going to spend money, it is better to invest in a decent antispyware removal product that can effectively detect as well as automatically delete the malicious Site Villain for you.
You can remove Site Villain with either the manual removal process or alternatively the automatic removal process. You need to be warned that if you choose the manual removal process you run the risk of severely damaging your computer.Site Villain is manipulative and extremely dangerous and it is seriously suggested that you remove Site Villain upon immediate detection.
How to manually remove Site Villain
Files associated with Site Villain infection:
Site Villain processes to kill:
Remove Site Villain registry entries: