I actually hate when I need to talk about things like these, but what can you do, if you’re running a blog on computer security and stuff, and you need to overview the most “popular” computer infections too, eh? In this case, I suppose I need to say a work or two about Antivirus Security Pro. Once you scroll down to the image that gives you an idea how this infection’s interface looks like, you will be able to tell at once that the program has something to do with Attentive Antivirus I wrote about a month ago. Well, you don’t need to be a genius to get it, because it’s plain obvious – Antivirus Security Pro is a direct close of Attentive Antivirus.
I always wonder as to how these rogue creators (because well duh – Antivirus Security Pro is a fake antivirus program, meaning it’s rogue antispyware, meaning it aims for your money, run for your lives~!) manage to spew one application after another, all so similar, and still all aiming for the exactly same thing. I mean, if you get into trap once, there’s no way in the world, you’d get there again, right?
Wrong. At least that’s the impression that I get, considering that WinWebSec rogues have been there for ages, and they still emerges in a sporadic pattern to make an attempt on a number of computers.
So basically, that’s what Antivirus Security Pro is here for as well. It infects, scans, threatens and what not. The rogue even blocks important system programs, and for a totally inexperienced user it may seem as though this happens because the computer is infected with dozens of viruses. After all, each time one tries to open a blocked program this notification pops up:
But you know, there’s always a catch it. Would you really think that Antivirus Security Pro wants you protect your system from harm? I beg to differ. It simply blocks programs which could be used to remove it from your PC. And when it blocks such applications as internet browsers, it can definitely make users panic and open their wallets.
Now. NOT SO FAST. There’s another way around it. You can simply register the rogue.
If you use one of the codes above to activate Antivirus Security Pro, all of the programs will be unblocked for a time being. I think I’ve mentioned it previously already, but this is where you need to scramble and remove Antivirus Security Pro from your system. In case of infection, of course. How? Well, there are tons of reliable computer security programs out there, and you should not be that aversive towards investing in a legitimate antimalware tool.
Either way, I’m giving you guidelines and it’s up to you how to use them. After all, you can always contact me via my comment box 😀