PC users should watch out for Vista Antivirus 2012. Vista Antivirus 2012 is a fake antivirus application that has no intention on repairing your machine. Cybercriminals create rogue antivirus programs to extort money from naive PC users.
PressMediaWire.com (Press Release Distribution) – Jan 13,2012 –
Vista Antivirus 2012 has been identified as a fake antivirus application. EnigmaSoftware.com has issued a Vista Antivirus 2012 removal report that provides computer users faced with the aggravating features of Vista Antivirus 2012 with a way to easily and safely remove the bogus security program from their PC.
Computer users have reported many situations where they thought that Vista Antivirus 2012 was bundled as part of the Windows Vista operating system. The creators of Vista Antivirus 2012 have intentionally designed Vista Antivirus 2012 this way to ultimately mislead them to the point that they end up trusting Vista Antivirus 2012. Even the colors and interface were cleverly designed to mimic the ‘look’ of Windows Vista.
Because Vista Antivirus 2012 is so deceptive, it virtually copies the look of Windows and, therefore, computer users sometimes do not second guess Vista Antivirus 2012 when it asks for registration to supposedly remove detected threats. Win 7 Antivirus 2012 is another fake security program and a clone of Vista Antivirus 2012. Vista Antivirus 2012, after installation, is known to render threat alert messages in addition to returning scan results populated with malware threats. These so-called ‘threats’ are actually fabricated and are basically used as a scare tactic. Eventually, Vista Antivirus 2012 will ask that the user purchase Vista Antivirus 2012 to remove the detected threats. A registered and purchased version of Vista Antivirus 2012 is unable to detect or remove legitimate malware threats.
One could say that Vista Antivirus 2012 is a scam tool. The newly updated Vista Antivirus 2012 removal report provided on EnigmaSoftware.com specifically points this out and further explains how Vista Antivirus 2012 preys on unsuspecting PC users by ultimately scaring them into paying for a nonexistent software license.
Also, found in the Vista Antivirus 2012 removal report is a detailed explanation on how Vista Antivirus 2012 usually spreads. This information has proven to be helpful to computer users in preventing future outbreaks of malware and rogue anti-spyware programs alike.
Specific resources to assist computer users with the daunting task of detecting and removing the Vista Antivirus 2012 program and its files are offered in EnigmaSoftware.com’s Vista Antivirus 2012 removal report. Vista Antivirus 2012 is a clone of Vista Security 2012, Win 7 AntiVirus 2012, XP Antivirus 2012, System Check and XP Antispyware 2012.
Because Vista Antivirus 2012 prevents un-installation of itself via the Windows Add/Remove programs feature, specialized resources may be needed to rid a system of Vista Antivirus 2012. These resources may be utilized by expert computer users who seek to manually remove Vista Antivirus 2012 or inexperienced computer users who have the desire to automatically remove Vista Antivirus 2012 from their PC.
To better help computer users suffering from the many misleading pop-up alerts and bogus system scans conducted by Vista Antivirus 2012, EnigmaSoftware.com has an accompanying demonstration video titled ‘How Vista Antivirus 2012 Infects Your Computer’. This video gives computer users a visual representation of the many symptoms of Vista Antivirus 2012.