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Danger level 8
Type: Rogue Anti-Spyware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow internet connection
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer

Anti-Virus 2011

There are many threats facing healthy PCs on a daily basis, and the only way you will be able to protect your PC against harmful threats such as Anti-Virus 2011. This rogue antispyware tool is developed and distributed by unscrupulous cyber criminals. Although Anti-Virus 2011 will do everything in its power to come across as legitimate, users are warned against paying for any of its worthless products.

Anti-Virus 2011 enters the system surreptitiously. It will use any means possible to facilitate its stealth infiltration of the system, including using established forms of infection such as bogus online malware scanners and seditious browser hijackers. Of late it has also been reported that Anti-Virus 2011 infects flash online ads with its malware in an effort to target weak and susceptible PCs with inadequate protection.

Once Anti-Virus 2011 manages to root itself in the system, it will edit registry entries so as to allow itself to launch each time Windows starts up. This will result in the user being faced with a fake systems can each time he logs on to Windows. This fake system scan may appear legitimate, but all of its results are bogus and should be disregarded. Some of the fake threats Anti-Virus 2011 will report on include Zlob.PornAdvertiser.ba, Adware.eXact.BargainBddy, Trojan.Poison.J and Trojan.BAT.Adduser.t.

Reported symptoms associated with this rogue include incessant pop up messages acting as false security alerts, as well as the infected user’s inability to establish an Internet connection as well as being denied access to applications on the system. This is done in an effort to prevent the user from running or downloading an application which could potentially identify and destroy Anti-Virus 2011 from the system. Other symptoms reported include extremely poor system performance and amplified erratic system behavior.

In order to facilitate its removal and do away with the annoying symptoms, enter the following activation code into Anti-Virus 2011:

1147-175591-6550

Do not think however that by merely entering the above activation code that you have successfully eliminated the threat, as it will only disable Anti-Virus 2011’s symptoms. In order to effectively and permanently get rid of Anti-Virus 2011 you should invest in a properly functioning security tool which will offer adequate protection against similar attacks in future.

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How to manually remove Anti-Virus 2011

Files associated with Anti-Virus 2011 infection:

Anti_Viruses[1].exe
Anti-Virus.exe
tby.exe

Anti-Virus 2011 processes to kill:

tby.exe
Anti_Viruses[1].exe
Anti-Virus.exe

Remove Anti-Virus 2011 registry entries:

Anti-Virus&Spyware_is1
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Comments

  1. Rick Feb 6, 2011

    This program takes over total control of everything.

  2. Pcthreat Feb 7, 2011

    Rick,

    If You are having problems removing Anti-Virus 2011, try running Safe Mode, and then installing our offered program.

  3. Nathan Jul 15, 2011

    Thanks for the review it helps alot, I dont know if anyone cares but whoever made this did not know what they were doing, this program looks like puke.

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