AnVi is a rogue anti-virus program and another member of the infamous FakeCog (CoreGuard) family. On infiltrating a system, AnVi will fabricate numerous security alerts and warnings in order to scare a victim into purchasing AnVi as a remedy. AnVi may also redirect the browser to malicious websites that further promote the rogueware. AnVi is a useless application that can neither detect nor remove legitimate computer threats.
AnVi is known as a rogue antivirus application because AnVi is not capable of detecting or eliminating viruses from the computer. In other words, AnVi will not secure your computer. AnVi falls under the same characteristics as its many clones that include PC Protection Center 2008, CoreGuard Antivirus 2009, Protection System, Adware.PCProtectionCenter, Paladin Antivirus, Dr.Guard, User Protection, Your Protection, Digital Protection, Data Protection, Protection Center, Defense Center, PC Protection Center, Virus.DOS.RogueAntiSpyware, Fraud.Defense Center, Malware Protection Center.
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