Securebit Technologies

Securebit Technologies Description

ScreenshotThe Securebit Technologies (Securebit Technologies Free Antivirus) anti-malware program is a fake security program that criminals use to steal money from computer users. Fake anti-malware programs like Securebit Technologies are a component of a well used online scam that has been around for several years. Fake security programs like Securebit Technologies Free Antivirus use authentic-looking error messages to convince computer users that their machine requires the use of a security program in order to remove nonexistent Trojans, viruses and worms. However, trying to use Securebit Technologies to remove these supposed threats simply leads to error messages that try to convince the computer user to purchase a useless 'license' for Securebit Technologies Free Antivirus. The fake security program associated with Securebit Technologies includes two phone numbers for clients in the United States and in the United Kingdom. It is important to note that these are part of the Securebit Technologies' scam and are meant to trick inexperienced computer users into disclosing their credit card information.

Once a fake security program associated with Securebit Technologies Free Antivirus has been installed on the victim's computer, it will be extremely hard to be removed. This is because Securebit Technologies is designed to be difficult to uninstall or remove completely without the help of a reliable anti-malware program. Securebit Technologies Free Antivirus is designed to interfere with legitimate security applications and to cause problems on the victim's computer deliberately. Some symptoms associated with a Securebit Technologies infection include frequent error messages, crashes and decreased computer performance and browser redirects to websites associated with Securebit Technologies. If your computer is presenting any of these symptoms, ESG security researchers advise the use of a legit anti-virus program to disinfect your computer.

A Securebit Technologies Free Antivirus infection will take over the victim's computer completely. Eventually, it becomes nearly impossible to use the infected computer normally. Despite the fact that Securebit Technologies will repeatedly claim that you need to purchase a 'full version' of their product, you should ignore these claims and use an authentic anti-virus program to eliminate the Securebit Technologies software from your computer. If you have made the mistake of paying for a 'full version' of Securebit Technologies Free Antivirus, it is often possible to recover your money by reporting the transaction as a scam.

Aliases: a variant of MSIL/LockScreen.EC.

Technical Information

Screenshots & Other Imagery

Securebit Technologies Image 1 Securebit Technologies Image 2

File System Details

Securebit Technologies creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\Antivirus.exe 2,030,816 2b5bd2cb67810de42991f810e8fd7ce2 3
2 Free_Antivirus_33.exe 25,080,344 fbc29452d3bbcec2a7e382a44593582f 0

More Details on Securebit Technologies

The following messages associated with Securebit Technologies were found:
Infected files have been detected on your PC.
5 Infected files found.
It is recommended that you run a full scan and clean your PC.
For Support Call 1-800-862-2015 (Toll Free US/Canada)

24/7 Virus Removal Helpline
USA 1-800-862-2015
UK 0-800-883-0862
Free Antivirus
Infected files have been detected on your PC.
36 Infected files found.
It is recommended that you run a full scan and clean your PC.
For Support Call 1-800-862-2015 (Toll Free US/Canada)

This computer is potentially infected.
Antivirus has blocked some features of windows.
Please contact support for removal and clean up.
Warning: Unable to clean all files.
Contact customer service for complete cleaning.
USA/Canada Toll Free: 1-800-862-2015

When working in Windows, you may receive the following error
Windows has stopped working. Windows is restarting
Additionally, you may notice the screen flicker just before or after the error message appears.
This issue can be caused due to any the following issues:
You may be using outdated or corrupted hardware drivers
System files on your PC may be corrupt or mismatched with other files
You may have a Virus or Malware infection on your PC
Some applications or services running on your PC may be causing Windows to stop working
To resolve this issue you need to determine what is causing Windows to stop working, try the troubleshooting steps below to help determine the issue.
Scan your PC for Virus or Malware infections
Start your PC in Safe Mode to check for start-up issues
Start your PC is Clean Boot environment and troubleshoot the issue
If problem persist, contact support confer. Toll Free 1(800) 862 2015

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