Windows PC Aid Description
Windows PC Aid is a fake anti-virus program that is created to cheat PC users and swindle them out of their money. Windows PC Aid attempts to fool PC users into thinking their machines have been corrupted by numerous malware threats. After that, Windows PC Aid urges PC users to buy its so-called full edition, which would allegedly remove found PC infections. Windows PC Aid is advertised through the use of Trojans. Once installed on the affected machine, Trojans will download and install Windows PC Aid onto your computer. When Windows PC Aid is running, it will execute a fictitious system scan and display a list of fabricated malware infections.
Windows PC Aid is part of the family. Other members of the FakeVimes family that are clones of Windows PC Aid include
PC Aid will also bombard your desktop with falsified warning messages that state your computer is at risk. Windows PC Aid will hijack your web browser and block anti-virus and anti-spyware software. Windows PC Aid may also block all programs, not only anti-virus or anti-spyware software. Finally, Windows PC Aid will ask you to pay for its supposed licensed version to allegedly fix nonexistent infections. ESG's malware researchers highly recommend you not to rely upon and purchase Windows PC Aid. Uninstall Windows PC Aid from your computer as quickly as possible with a genuine security tool.