XP Security 2012

XP Security 2012

XP Security 2012 is a rogue program that extends its infection to as many users with the support of fake security web sites. Spreading with the help of Trojan, it targets people who are browsing the Internet more often. It enters the computer in an unusual way and instantly loads a copy of XP Security 2012 without permission. XP Security 2012 installation will begin as soon as all files are complete inside the system. With its rootkit techniques, it able to hide a presence from legitimate security software. Once inside the system, this malicious antivirus modifies system settings and begins to add values on the registry. The same counterfeit AV will engage browser hijacking to redirect search result link to predefined web sites that hosts other threats. More

XP Antispyware 2012

XP Antispyware 2012

XP Antispyware 2012 or also known as  XP Anti-Spyware 2012 virus is a randomly installed fake anti-virus program.This program will usually introduce as message from the current web page and when executed will provide a fake online virus scan that may result to acquisition of this unwanted application. The messages will be displayed as: More

XP Home Security 2012

XP Home Security 2012

XP Home Security 2012 is a program that will display exaggerated warning messages once installed on the computer. XP Home Security 2012 is a virus that belongs to a large family of rogue program that uses the Internet to spread them. Taking advantage of victim’s weakness in identifying real security issues, it will fabricate virus scan results to force users into acquiring the paid version of the program. While XP Home Security 2012 is still present on the computer, a continuous pop-up of false warning can be observed. Stopping these annoyances does not necessary mean that a full version of XP Home Security 2012 is needed. In fact, it is the sole application that must be eliminated. More

XP Total Security 2012

XP Total Security 2012

XP Total Security 2012 is a misleading application that belongs to a large rogue software family. XP Total Security 2012 is interpreted as a program that will attempt to steal money from computer users once it penetrates the system. It usually ends the scenario by asking the credit card information of the victim or forcing them pay for the registered version of the program in order to remove identified threats. Typically, fake anti-virus software like XP Total Security 2012 will constantly display fake warning messages and execute a virus scan once Windows starts. On this sequence, a recommendation to obtain the paid version is constantly displayed. Authors of the rogue program will actively push its product by all means. More

XP Anti-Virus 2012

XP Anti-Virus 2012

XP Antivirus 2012 is definitely bogus security software that force its way inside target computer in the same manner as Trojans, viruses and worms. Once inside, XP Antivirus 2012 virus will take full jurisdiction and manages to direct operation in general. Usually, fake security application gets loaded onto system in a cheating form of Windows update, multimedia decoder, Adobe Flash update or any similar illusory course of action. Deceived computer users may actually download and install XP Antivirus 2012 in the background while setting-up legitimate software. More

XP Internet Security 2012

XP Internet Security 2012

XP Internet Security 2012 is a potentially unwanted program or also known as rogue. Being on the lists of rogue applications is not enough to warn users of its dangers when executed. XP Internet Security 2012 will be dropped on computers by its partner Trojan that uses a rootkit technique to be able to hide its presence from anti-virus program. When inside the computer, it will make necessary changes in favor of XP Internet Security 2012′s illegal operation inside the compromised computer. Its first target was to modify the registry so that it will be included in the start-up process of Windows. More

Vista Security 2012

Vista Security 2012

Vista Security 2012 is a rogue anti-virus application that will be propagated over the Internet and disguise itself as Windows automatic update. It can be installed automatically without users intervention when visiting a web site that is equipped with a drive-by-download technique. This was made possible with a Java Script that will initiate the download and install when it sense a visitor. Several method are also employed that requires users knowledge to install this program. On fake multimedia web site, it prompts to download a CoDec or player in order to view movies. Unknown to visitors, it was not a player being installed but a copy Vista Security 2012 virus. More

Win 7 Home Security 2012

Win 7 Home Security 2012

Win 7 Home Security 2012 is a counterfeit and multi-named software that make itself more distinct from any other rogue programs. It was usually installed by a Trojan that is able to identify target computer’s operating system. It will be installed based on the system like Vista Home Security 2012 for Vista system and XP Home Security 2012 for XP systems. But no matter how and where it is installed, it still remains a rogue program that must be removed right away. Its occurrences will produce several annoyances like browser redirection, malfunctioned AV programs or blocking of Internet access. More

Win 7 Total Security 2012

Win 7 Total Security 2012

Win 7 Total Security 2012 is a deceiving security application or most known as rogue software. This type of program will usually arrive on the computer when a malicious web site is visited. Fake multimedia web site that requires visitors to download a file in order to view online video are also another way to get infected with Win 7 Total Security 2012 virus. If this is installed, an abrupt changes on the registry is executed so that it will be able to run automatically once Windows is started. After installation, it will show its presence by flooding the screen of pop-up and task bar alerts. Sometimes, this potentially unwanted application will replace desktop wall paper with a warning. Any attempt to run installed programs will be oppose by Win 7 Total Security 2012 and announce that the file is infected. More

Win 7 Antivirus 2012

Win 7 Antivirus 2012

Win 7 Antivirus 2012 is a name-changing rogue security program that is clever enough to identify target computer operating system. Since it can change its name based on victims OS, Win 7 Antivirus 2012 may look like a legitimate software for the current system. This potentially unwanted application can easily deceive users that it was part of Windows security features by providing task bar messages like the following: More