- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Cloud AV 2012
Cloud AV 2012 is a computer threat that comes from a formidable family of rogues and it will destroy your system if you do not take this infection seriously. The previous versions of this rogue include OpenCloud Security and Cloud Protection. It is especially obvious from the fact that the interfaces of these rogues are practically identic and they even report on the same parasites that Cloud AV 2012 supposedly “detects” in your computer.
This rogue usually comes together with a Trojan infection, so if you have Cloud AV 2012 acting up in your computer, you’d better get yourself a powerful security tool and scan your system for any other infections. It would be of no surprise if you would detect other parasites as well, because backdoors and malware droppers are the common cause of the Cloud AV 2012 infection. Rogues like Cloud AV 2012 seldom come alone, so your computer can be easily exposed to a whole variety of threats.
So what happens when you get infected by Cloud AV 2012? It is simple – the rogue performs a fake system scan “finding” numerous threats and then advices you to remove them altogether using Cloud AV 2012’s services. It “detects” such programs as Trojan.JBS.Ghost, Trojan.Downloader.JS.Agent, Net-Worm.Win32.Kido.ih and so on. Were you to make a research on these parasites, you would find out that they are not made up, but they definitely are not there in your computer as Cloud AV 2012 only wants you to trust it, so that it could steal your money.
Do not think of registering to use Cloud AV 2012 services, because for that it requires you to buy the full version of the program and this is where you encounter the main point of the infection – money extortion. Were you to pay for the registration, your account would be exposed to further exploits of cyber criminals. Instead of paying for this absolutely worthless program, make use of the registration codes to “activate” Cloud AV 2012:
With these serial numbers you can bypass Cloud AV 2012’s activation and stop the program from spamming you with unnecessary security notifications such as:
Warning! Infection found
Windows Security Alert
These messages are not real and you would clearly do yourself a favor my ignoring them and quickly dealing with this rogue. Do not become yet another victim of Cloud AV 2012 – get rid of it immediately. You can use manual removal instructions to deal with Cloud AV 2012, but if you do not trust your computing skills, invest in a trustworthy security program that will remove Cloud AV 2012 from your system automatically and safeguard it against similar attacks.
How to renew your internet connection:This rogue antispyware blocks your Internet connection to prevent you from removing the rogue application. To enable the Internet connection, please follow these instructions:
How to manually remove Cloud AV 2012
Files associated with Cloud AV 2012 infection:
Cloud AV 2012v121.exe
%SystemDir%\Cloud AV 2012v121.exe
%Programs%\Cloud AV 2012\Cloud AV 2012.lnk
%Desktop%\Cloud AV 2012.lnk
%AppData%\[random]\Cloud AV 2012.ico
Cloud AV 2012 processes to kill:
Cloud AV 2012v121.exe
Remove Cloud AV 2012 registry entries: