Do you know what Antivirus AntiSyware 2011 is?
Despite the best efforts of the online security industry to secure otherwise many of its consumers continue to fall victim to the lies of rogue security tools like AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011. Users familiar with its preceding rogue applications known as Internet Security 2010, Security Essentials 2011 and Security Essentials 2010 will recognize many of the same interfaces and tactics, with only the name being changed. AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 enters the PC surreptitiously and will cause disruption to the system’s operation in an effort to ultimately extort money out of its victim for its fake software.
AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 enters the system in a variety of ways. Bogus online malware scanners and harmful browser hijackers are some of the most popular way this rogue can gain entry to your system. This rogue security tool has also been known to bundle its malware and Trojans, such as Win32/Fakeinit, which is known to carry the AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 virus, together with other downloads obtained from third party websites.
Once AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 enters the PC it will create startup entries and an .exe file named AS2011.exe. It will also attempt to download more malware such as the Trojan:Win32/Alureon.CT to the system. It does this by connecting to the Internet without permission, producing unwarranted outbound traffic. This is not the only distressing symptoms associated with the rogue, as it will inundate you with multitudes of fake security messages informing you that your PC is under attack. These fake notifications are not to be believed or acted upon as they are completely without merit or any basis. These fake security notifications will warn the user of supposed threats on the system, the names of which include Exploit:Wind32/Pidief.BN, BackdoorLWin32/Agent.AR and Virus:Win32/Virut.BN. These and the many other fake security threats all form part of AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011’s attack on the system.
Users tricked to purchase AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 after its campaign against the system will find that a lifetime license and special support of this rubbish rogue will cost them $89.95 USD, and a 3 year software license is going at a ridiculous $69.95 USD and 12 month license selling for $59.95 USD. The user will not be getting what he’s paying for as AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 is indeed a fake software application.
Other symptoms associated with AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 include slow internet connections, unstable operating systems and trouble with executing programs on the infected PC. Users have also complained about poor system performance and increased erratic system behavior.
If you will attempt to manually remove AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 then you need to kill its process, svchost.exe before doing so. Although it is only recommended going about this removal method if you are experienced in manual removals, as you can do more harm than good. Instead safely get rid of AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 by starting your PC in Safe Mode with networking, and downloading a genuine security tool which will offer continued protection.
In non techie terms:
Never pay for AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 as it is a fake security tool incapable of delivering on its promises. Instead destroy AntiVirus AntiSyware 2011 from the system as soon as possible to protect your system against its devastation.