Why I keep getting http://pcspeedplus.com/scan/ Pop-up? It is really a troublesome issue that whenever I try to click on a news item in Yahoo, I get a popup screen from: http://pcspeedplus.com/scan/ that says “Critical Security Warning! Your PC was infected with self-replicating virus after Spyware attack. XP Micro Antivirus will perform a free scan of your PC to find all System Threats.” I have tried all the ways I can to remove it, but nothing worked. Help!!!
What is “http://pcspeedplus.com/scan/” Pop-Ups Ads? How Does It Work To Damage Your Computer?
“http://pcspeedplus.com/scan/” is a malicious browser hijacker that is related to XP Micro Antivirus virus. This virus is able to spread over different networks so its victims does not locate in a certain area. It annoys computer users all over the world and it is able to corrupt all your web browsers including Internet Explore, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome once infected. By luring people click http://pcspeedplus.com/scan/ pop-ups frequently, those people who created this application can earn money from the clicks and traffic generated to promoted sites. More than that, this virus promotes the nasty XP Micro Antivirus virus and tricks users into believing it is a good program to detect and remove viruses. But in reality, this is a fake scanner and it won’t reveal the healthy of your computer system. It’s a fraudulent and useless security tool with the aim of stealing your money.
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Published by Sarah Poehler on May 20, 2013 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
Hello. I have a problem about download files. When i try to download anything, updates, I am getting the error “This Program contained a Virus and was deleted” in IE9 Download Manager or “This file contained a virus and was deleted”. I am not able to download any EXE files in IE. Download anything and it says it contained a virus and was deleted. Is it a nasty virus? How do I fix this issue?
What is “This Program contained a virus and was deleted” Alert? How to Fix it?
“This Program contained a virus and was deleted” is an alert showing on Internet Explorer browser when a user tried to download files or programs. It is related to a malicious virus that can function in most versions of Windows, including Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and Windows 8. This virus blocks users to download any files or programs from the Internet. As soon as the files/programs are downloaded, they will be deleted at once at the same time. And users will get a prompt if they are using Internet Explorer browser which says ‘ This Program contained a virus and was deleted‘ . But using other browsers like Firefox, Google Chrome will not give you any alerts, it just shows nothing and prevents you from opening the programs or files you downloaded.
Published by Sarah Poehler on May 3, 2013 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
Is default home page replaced automatically to TidyNetwork Adware? Since then, your online activities have been stopped every once in a while. Internet connection is cut off frequently. You are not even allowed to log on to wanted sites when you are online. Being redirected is the most obvious behavior you’ve experienced so far. Do all these have something to do with this domain? How does one maintain an appropriate online searching?
Learn more about TidyNetwork Adware
TidyNetwork Adware is an annoying application that will hijack your browsers including but not limited to Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. It will redirect your web page and replace your home page to its domain constantly like other hijacker usually does. It is a privacy-invading advertising domain and usually is categorized as a adware that utilizes browsers to link the target computer to hackers or third-party software. It may contact not only normal third-party software but also malware such as spy-ware, key-logger and Trojan. And it may record down your search result on purpose.
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Published by Vinson J.Porche on April 26, 2013 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
AVASoft Professional Antivirus firewall alert keeps popping up on your computer and blocking all your programs? Can’t remove AVASoft Professional Antivirus from your computer because it is not in Control Panel? Is this legitimate or fake? Follow the manual guide below to uninstall this rogue program completely and manually.
How Dangerous Is ‘AVASoft Professional Antivirus Firewall Alert’ Fake Alert?
AVASoft Professional Antivirus firewall alert is a fake warning designed to bamboozle you into spending money on a trial copy of the fake antivirus. It does not originate inside your computer although it may look like a real Windows alert. This alert is related to a rogue program called AVASoft Professional Antivirus which appears to be a legit Antivirus that can detect and remove all the threats in your computer, but in reality it just uses scare tactics by only showing innocent users fake reports, misleading them to pay for its useless product so as to rip off their money.
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Published by Sarah Poehler on March 22, 2013 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
Got a fake program infection installed on your computer, which is called Disk Antivirus Professional? How to uninstall this nasty rogue program from your computer completely? Benefit from this post and follow removal guide below to remove the fake program safely.
Disk Antivirus Professional Virus Description.
Disk Antivirus Professional Virus is defined as a rogue program that has encountered many users’ computers and installed itself automatically without PC users’ notice and knowledge. Usually, this fake virus spreads through network and invades your computer when you are visiting malicious websites, reading junk emails and downloading illegal programs randomly. This fake anti-spyware is actually nothing useful, but a real virus infection itself. Another fake program “System Progressive Protection” also attacks unwary users’ computers and damages their computers aggressively. Is this so-called anti-virus software can help you regain a clean computer? Absolutely, it is just a fake program infection that is designed by cyber criminals to trick unwary users into purchasing its product to clean their computer. However, its interface is just similar to real anti-virus software, and it pretends to scan the whole system and claims that there are many threats infected or warning items on your computer. Those supposed dangerous infections found on the scan report are required to remove, started by the fake program. After that, many victims becomes very worried about their computer situations, so they are easy to stuck in a nerve and pay money to use the activated version of the rogue program. If you do pay for its full version, you will just lose the money and leave the computer corrupted terribly. Never trust such a fake program or purchase any of its products. Instead, take steps to eliminate the fake anti-virus software from your computer entirely before any further damages occur.
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Published by David MicKinney on January 31, 2013 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
Received a fake alert related to Vista Total Security 2013 virus on your computer? Do you have any ideas of such a rogue program infection? How to uninstall it from your computer completely? Remove this fake anti-virus software safely with following guide.
Vista Total Security 2013 Virus Description.
Vista Total Security 2013 Virus is determined as a malicious fake anti-spyware that has encountered many users’ computers when they are surfing the web improperly. Usually, this fake virus spreads through network and invades Windows Vista users’ computer aggressively without any notice. Once this rogue program encounters your computer, it installs and launches itself automatically. Another similar fake anti-spyware as XP Total Security 2013 also damages the victimized computer terribly. At first glance, many victims regard such a rogue program as real anti-virus software that helps them entirely clean their computers. However, the fake program is nothing useful but a malicious virus infection to corrupt your computer seriously. Information that claims your computer is at great risk is just fake and false, only to fool you into purchasing its product. Unfortunately, the fake anti-virus software is a virus itself, any version of its products won’t help victims regain a clean computer. Furthermore, this fake anti-spyware pretends as real anti-virus program that scans your whole system thoroughly, and it indicates that your computer is at great risk containing many threats. Actually, what the fake software states is just fake information. What’s more? The fake program comes bundled with many other types of threats to your computer, such as malware and spyware. If you do pay for its registered version, you will just spend the money in vain and leave the affected computer damaged gradually. Never trust such a fake program or Purchase any of its products. Instead, take action to uninstall the rogue program from your computer entirely at a quick time.
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Published by David MicKinney on January 10, 2013 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
What is XP Security Plus 2013? When do I install this program but I don’t know? Actually XP Security Plus 2013 is not an anti-virus program, on the contrary, it is virus that you can not trust it. This post will show you the way to remove it from your computer.
What is XP Security Plus 2013 Virus?
XP Security Plus 2013 Virus is totally a virus, just like its member of Security Plus 2013 Virus, it is the same to Win 7 Security Plus 2013 and Vista Security Plus 2013. They all act as the real anti-virus program to cheat and scare you. If you do not have any ideas of the virus, you may become one of the victims caused by this tricky thing. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Selina Lynmich on December 19, 2012 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
Have you got a nasty fake anti-virus software alert popping up on your screen every time you launch the computer? Can you clean your computer by activating this XP Defender firewall alert infection to get its registered editor? Read this post and effectively uninstall this fake program with the following guide.
XP Defender Virus Description.
XP Defender Virus is determined as a malicious rogue program that is designed by cyber scammers to target unwary users’ computers during their improper web browsing activities. Usually, this fake virus spreads through network and invades Windows XP users’ computer when they visit malicious contents online. Once this rogue program encounters your computer, it installs and launches itself automatically without any control. Another similar fake anti-spyware as Win 7 Defender Firewall Alert usually invades Windows 7 users’ computers aggressively and terribly. Initially, many victims of such fake anti-virus software may not be aware that this so-called trail version of XP defender is real and registered anti-virus software. Unfortunately, the fake anti-virus software is a virus itself, any version of its products won’t help victims to clean the computer entirely. But why many victims decide to trust it at the first glance. Actually, it is because that the interface of such a rogue program looks just like licensed anti-virus software. Furthermore, this fake anti-spyware will pop up automatically on your screen and pretends to scan thoroughly the whole system. After scanned, it indicates that your computer is at great risk containing many threats. Indeed, all scanning results are just false information designed to trick unknown users to activate this fake program and purchase it aiming at regaining a clean computer. If you do pay for its registered version, you will just spend the money in vain and leave the affected computer damaged gradually. Never trust such a fake program or Purchase any of its products. Instead, take steps to eliminate the fake anti-virus software from your computer entirely before any further damages occur.
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Published by David MicKinney on December 18, 2012 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
Win 7 Defender Firewall Alert is a fake program which entices users to buy the useless license key to clean the seriously infected computer system. How can it get into your system without your awareness and permission? Is it really helpful to solve the problem of your computer? How to uninstall it completely from your computer?
Win 7 Defender Firewall Alert Virus Instruction:
Win 7 Defender Firewall Alert is a fake anti-virus program which is created by cyber criminals to swindle Internet users’ money away. It keeps attempting to convince you that your computer is seriously infected by dangerous virus and you need to pay to buy its license key to activate it to clean the computer. The appearance of this virus looks professional and is similar to other famous and legitimate antivirus programs, which make you think that it may be able to do something useful to solve your computer problem. Actually, it is a fraud with a false system scan result on your computer. It has no features required for a legitimate antivirus program.
Published by Deb Mirren on December 18, 2012 on Fake Alert Removal Guide
Got alerted by a fake program called “XP Antivirus Plus 2013”? Have you got any ideas of such a rogue software installed in your computer stubbornly? How to uninstall this fake virus from your computer safely? Learn from this article and uninstall this fake anti-virus software completely with following steps.
XP Antivirus Plus Virus Description.
XP Antivirus Plus 2013 Virus is defined as a malicious fake anti-spyware that encounters many users’ computers during improper tasks online. This fake virus spreads through network, and it invades Windows XP users’ computer during their improper online activities. Usually, the fake virus can install automatically in your computer once encountered. Other fake anti-virus software as Vista Antivirus Plus 2013 targets Windows Vista users’ computers and it performs hazardous activities on the affected computers. Once infected, you will get this fake pop-up alert on the screen every time you launch the system. After that, it appears to scan your computer immediately, which acts as licensed anti-virus software. On the scan result page, it indicates that your computer is at great risk containing many virus infected items. As a matter of fact, all warning scan results are totally false information that tricks unwary users to purchase its product. Obviously, if you activate this trail rogue program, aiming at cleaning your computer soon, you will be asked to purchase its registered version. However, the fake anti-virus software is a virus itself, any version of its products won’t help victims to clean the computer entirely. Never trust such a fake program or pay for it. Instead, take actions to remove the fake anti-virus software entirely as soon as possible.
Published by David MicKinney on December 3, 2012 on Fake Alert Removal Guide