Antivirus

Antivirus Description

ScreenshotAntivirus is another unwanted computer security software program. It would display alert messages on computer to misled users about the security status of the computer. This false security program has been labeled as rogue and closely related to a Trojan by working to promote itself. Antivirus virus doesn't have any known security protection nor it could offer defense on computers where it would be installed. Actually, as a rogue software program it was determined to be a threat itself.

Antivirus virus being a useless program must be removed. In addition, if its presence was identified, users should download and install a Antivirus removal tool at once. The longer it is on computer the more harm it could produce.

Aliases: Packed.Generic.277 [Symantec], FraudTool.Win32.RogueSecurity (v) [Sunbelt], Mal/TDSSPack-Q [Sophos], Trojan.Win32.Generic.52030BAC, Trj/CI.A [Panda], Win32/Adware.CoreguardAntivirus [NOD32], Trojan:Win32/FakeCog [Microsoft], Heuristic.BehavesLike.Win32.Spyware.B [McAfee-GW-Edition], DNSChanger.bo [McAfee], Trojan.Win32.FakeCog [Ikarus], W32/DNSChanger.BO!tr [Fortinet], Win32.GenVariant.Tds [eSafe], Heur.Suspicious [Comodo], Gen:Variant.TDss.21 [BitDefender] and Win32:Jifas-FN [Avast].

Technical Information

Screenshots & Other Imagery

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File System Details

Antivirus creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 securityupdate.exe 731,097 c484aefda9897c7798ce416acbe1020c
2 avinstaller1.exe 23,040 6e55e02218641ca73bf969f47de35735
3 chnb8895.exe 540,672 309f1bd749e7efeee56c11a8f4c48a78
4 000b09274b.exe 40,960 30bf4970351c82c823a1c2602e406666

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