- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Antivirusterra.com is one of those sites you should be wary of when you surf around the Internet. This browser hijacker page has a fake online scan which can persuade you into believing you are under a grave security threat. Needless to say, that no security threat exists in your system and everything is just one big scam.
This fake online scan initiates once you find yourself in the website. There are quite a few ways to land in Antivirusterra.com. You can actually type in the address yourself into your address bar. Or you can click on a search engine result, when you have been searching for a true security tool, and then get redirected to the scam site. In order to make you download System Tool, the online scanner from Antivirusterra.com, is good at faking Windows XP interface when it performs the "scan". That way it looks even more believable. Especially when you see lots of virus threat messages around your hard drive and your shared folders sections. But you should keep in mind that it's not the actual image of your system. Everything is faked by Antivirusterra.com.
By no means should you ever believe in what this fake online scanner tells you. Because if you do you will end up downloading a malicious rogue anti-spyware application. Rogue applications are created with one single objective - to tap into your bank account and leave you penniless. Before you experience a real security threat, get away from Antivirusterra.com. It does not want to provide a computer threat solution for you. This browser hijacker merely distributes dangerous rogue anti-spyware application.