Windows AntiBreach Tool

Windows AntiBreach Tool Description

Type: Rogue AntiSpyware Programs

Windows AntiBreach Tool is a dishonest anti-malware program that integrates the FakeVimes family of threats. FakeVimes is among the largest family of rogue security programs that is still currently active. There are countless variants of fake security programs almost all identical to Windows AntiBreach Tool, with different names and very slight changes to the programs' to the interface. What drives Windows AntiBreach Tool is the opportunity to milk novice computer users by tricking them into believing that their computers have become infected with threats. In fact, Windows AntiBreach Tool is a threat itself, used to carrying out a well-known tactic and cause problems on the victim's computer purposefully.

Windows AntiBreach Tool Breaches the Security of Your Computer

Windows AntiBreach Tool follows the same basic pattern that most rogue security programs follow when infecting a computer. Among these rogue security programs we can mention Virus Melt, Presto TuneUp, Fast Antivirus 2009, Extra Antivirus, Windows Security Suite, Smart Virus Eliminator, Packed.Generic.245, Volcano Security Suite, Windows Enterprise Suite, Enterprise Suite, Additional Guard, PC Live Guard, Live PC Care, Live Enterprise Suite, Security Antivirus, My Security Wall, CleanUp Antivirus, Smart Security, Windows Protection Suite, Windows Work Catalyst. The following are the typical steps of a Windows AntiBreach Tool infection:

  1. Windows AntiBreach Tool will usually enter a computer using social engineering techniques. Windows AntiBreach Tool is distributed by using a tactic in which computer users encounter an advertisement that offers a 'free threat scan.' Clicking on these corrupted advertisements will trigger the installation of rogue security programs like Windows AntiBreach Tool on the affected computer. Programs like Windows AntiBreach Tool can be distributed using corrupted email messages, spam, attack websites and other typical threat distribution>
  2. Once installed, Windows AntiBreach Tool will make harmful changes to the infected computer's settings. These changes allow Windows AntiBreach Tool to run automatically upon start-up and interfere with other software, allowing Windows AntiBreach Tool to prevent other software from running, cause browser redirects and display fake system warnings.
  3. Windows AntiBreach Tool will try to convince computer users that there are numerous viruses and Trojans on the infected computer. To do this, Windows AntiBreach Tool will display numerous fake error messages and threat scan results, as well as causing various system performance issues.
  4. When computer users try to fix these supposed threats through the use of Windows AntiBreach Tool, additional error messages appear, claiming that to pay for a 'full version' of Windows AntiBreach Tool is urgent and necessary.

    Technical Information

    More Details on Windows AntiBreach Tool

    The following messages associated with Windows AntiBreach Tool were found:
    Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
    c:windowssystem32 askmanger.exe
    is suspected to have infected your PC.
    This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them
    to a remote server.

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