- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
XRJ Antivirus, also called XRJAntivirus, is classified as a counterfeit security application, representing a legitimate security suite, but is completely fake. This malicious software tends to be advertised via online advertisements. The installation process begins at quite respectable websites, where the creators of these dubious applications, hackers, proceed to publish their forbidden content (forbidden or not approved by the publishers of these legitimate websites).
For instance, they may post an advertisement inviting the user to read particular breaking news. It has been found out that instead of reading the promised news, the unsuspecting user will be forced to get familiar with XRJ Antivirus descriptions and are then coerced into downloading its trial version. Alternatively, XRJ Antivirus is downloaded covertly, with the help of Trojan infections. It is recommended to remove XRJ Antivirus and all its affiliated components, to ensure the safety of any PC system.