- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- Block exe files from running
- System crashes
Sysinternals Antivirus is a nasty rogue antispyware application. Sysinternals Antivirus is a malicious rogue antispyware application that makes use of manipulative and deceptive tactics in order to try and obtain your hard-earned money. Sysinternals Antivirus is one big scam which has been designed by a horrible bunch of people who just want your money. You need to not be fooled by any of the tricks that Sysinternals Antivirus may use to scare you into believing that you have all types of malicious threats running on your computer.
Sysinternals Antivirus may display some of the following symptoms:
If you suspect that you may have Sysinternals Antivirus running on your machine, then you need to remove it immediately. You have the option of the manual removal process or alternatively the automatic removal process. You need to be aware of the fact that if you decide to choose the manual removal process, the risks are very high of you causing even more additional damage to your computer. It is seriously within your best interest to make use of the automatic removal process, which will both detect as well as effectively go about removing Sysinternals Antivirus for you.
When you remove Sysinternals Antivirus, you will no longer have to suffer the annoying infection symptoms that include fake security notifications. These notifications pop up every now and then, and they are generated in order to strengthen the impression that your system is infected with Email-Worm.Win32.Merond.a, Trojan.Win32.Agent.azsy and other dangerous "threats" that are supposedly detected during the full system scan.
Sysinternals Antivirus also claims that a number of your documents and programs are infected with malware and thus you are not allowed to open or launch them. According to the rogue this is done in order to protect your system from further infections, but that is obviously not true. The programs infected, according to Sysinternals Antivirus, includes iexplorer.exe, wmplayer.exe, notepad.exe, explorer.exe, user32.exe and so on. These fake claims are also followed by fraudulent security notifications:
Warning: Infection is Detected
svchost.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Sysinternals Antivirus makes it seem as though it is a part of the Windows Security Center, but it obviously is not true. You have to ignore every single message received from this fake antivirus program, otherwise (if you do end up paying for it), your financial data will be leaked to a third party, and your account will be illegally accessed in order to steal all of your money.
Remove Sysinternals Antivirus right now with a legitimate antimalware application and save yourself the trouble of dealing with the rogue any longer. You can also delete it manually, but it is not recommended if you are not an experienced computer user. After all, if you terminate Sysinternals Antivirus with a legitimate antimalware program, the program will also protect your from similar attacks in the future.
How to manually remove Sysinternals Antivirus
Files associated with Sysinternals Antivirus infection:
Sysinternals Antivirus DLL's to remove:
Sysinternals Antivirus processes to kill: