Do you know what AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 is?
Even though you may think that AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 is a legitimate security tool, we can assure you that it is not. Malware researchers working in our spyware-techie.com internal lab have discovered that the clandestine rogue anti-spyware has no ability to scan your operating system, identify real threats, or remove them. The interface of the fake malware remover is just a deceiving shell of a truly nasty scam. If you do not delete AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 and instead choose to register for its services, you will give your money and your private information to devious cyber criminals. Of course, the fictitious threats listed by the rogue will seem to have been removed; however, they were not active on your PC in the first place. So, do you want to learn how to remove the clandestine rogue and what security measures you should take? Then continue reading.
The creators of AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 will use misleading online scanners, social engineering scams, drive-by download attacks, and other tricks to spread the clandestine rogue. Once activated, the infection will reconfigure the Windows Registry and will block all executable files so that you could not delete it. If you try to launch a browser, Task Manager, or any other utility, you will be warned about malicious programs that require removal, and then you will be offered to purchase a fake malware removal tool.
AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 has blocked a program from accessing the internet
This program is infected with [fake infection name]
Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords
The exact same notification may be presented to the victims of AVbytes Win 7 Antivirus 2015, AVbytes Win 8 Antivirus 2015, A-Secure 2015, and other fake malware removers/Windows protectors from the FakeRean (or Braviax) family. AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 and its clones use misleading scanner reports and fictitious warnings to convince unsuspecting users that they need to register for the licensed version of the fake AV to have the supposedly running threats removed. Unfortunately, it will not be enough to enter your name or email address to register for this version. Instead, you will have to disclose credit card information and agree to pay up to $99.95. Schemers are unpredictable, and so it is unclear how the collected information could be used. It could be leaked or sold to other cyber criminals who would scam you in the future. Needless to say, instead of paying your money and exposing private information to schemers, you should remove AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015.
Not many users know how to delete AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 from their operating systems. The instructions below will help you install automatic malware removal software that will help you delete and every piece of other malicious programs without much trouble. We do not recommend performing the manual AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 removal, especially if you do not know where to start.
Delete AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015
- Restart your PC, wait for BIOS screen to load, and start tapping F8 on the keyboard.
- In the Advanced Boot Options menu select Safe Mode with Networking (use arrow keys).
- Tap Enter on the keyboard for confirmation and wait for the PC to reboot.
- If you are presented with the Windows is running in safe mode alert, click Yes.
- Go to http://www.spyware-techie.com/spyhunter and click the Download button.
- Install the automatic malware removal tool and scan your operating system.
- Delete AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 and remove other discovered treats.
In non-techie terms:
AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 is a rogue anti-spyware that cyber criminals have created to fool you and get your money. Unfortunately, rogue developers often succeed, because they create extremely convincing rogue anti-spyware programs that warn users about truly intimidating threats. All in all, everything regarding the rogue is fake, and so you should not postpone the removal of AVbytes XP Antivirus 2015 for any longer. Leave a comment below if you still have questions about the removal process.