Win7 AV malware warning page
The days of only having worrying about your physical safety is over. This is thanks to cyber criminals and their increasingly cunning way of making victims out of PC owners. You do not have to look far and wide to be accosted by various criminals trying to convince you to buy their fake malware applications. This is made even more obvious by the creators of the Win7 AV malware warning page.
This fake alert is a tool used by fraudulent companies selling rogueware while having their victims believe it is legitimate antispyware. Consumers should not fall victim to this type of deliberate misguidance, and should steer clear of visiting any propagated website referred by the Win7 AV malware warning page. Warning messages displayed by the fake warning page include:
FAKE GOOGLE CHROME MALWARE PAGE:
“Warning: visit this site may harm your computer
BOGUS INTERNET EXPLORER WARNING:
“This is a reported phishing website
Internet Explorer has determined that this is a reported phishing website. Phishing websites impersonate other sites and attempt to trick you into revealing personal or financial information.
We recommend that you close this website and do not continue to this website.
Click here to close this webpage
Upgrade to a reliable solution for Malware Protection and Antivirus Scanner”
FIREFOX FAKE WARNING:
“Reported attack site!
Firefox Tip: Use reliable solution for malware protection
Users should realize that Win7 AV is predominantly distributed through Trojans being installed on the system without knowledge or consent of the owner. This makes it difficult for average users to identify its presence on their systems, and even more difficult for them to remove the Win7 AV malware warning page’s Trojan infections.
The most important thing to do is to make use of reliable antispyware in an effort to completely rid the computer of any Trojans and roguewares, and restore complete system control back to the PC owner.