If you have noticed Attentive Antivirus running on the operating Windows system, we suggest that you ignore the information presented and delete this rogue anti-spyware program as soon as possible. Even though the fake AV resembles an authentic tool, it has been created to trick money straight out of your hands, and so having it run on the system could be extremely dangerous. As research shows, the rogue can enter the system using various security backdoors, including spam email attachments, fictitious online scanners or misleading advertising. Right when the threat enters the system, it immediately performs an allegedly authentic system scan. Whether you are threatened by Win32/PriceGong or Win32/Zbot, you have to ignore the fictitious computer scanner. You most definitely need to ignore the recommendations to activate the full-version of the tool you actually need to remove. Do you know how to delete Attentive Antivirus from the PC?
The misleading computer scanner is bound to fool many of the targeted Windows users. If you fall for the trick, you may be concerned about the security of the operating system, and this could lead you to the installation of automatic spyware detection/removal software. Unfortunately, every time you will launch a web browser, you will be greeted with a bogus warning about the security of the pages you are visiting. This is a trick, and you should click ‘Ignore warnings and visit that site in the current state (not recommended)’ in order to proceed with the installation of software which will help you remove the rogue. Without a doubt, you need to ignore these bogus alerts:
To keep your computer safe, repair is required.
Repair all / Continue
Recommendation: You are using a limited version of Attentive Antivirus. Please activate Attentive Antivirus to resist all virus threats efficiently.
Warning! Infected file detected.
Suspicious activity detected in the application taskmgr.exe similar to the behavior of the virus Win32.Conficker.X. For your security and to avoid loss of data, the operation of the application taskmgr.exe has been temporarily restricted. To restore the application’s full operation, you must use the full edition of Attentive Antivirus.
If you do not remove Attentive Antivirus, the infection could open security backdoors for other dangerous computer threats. And if you choose to purchase the full-version of this rogue, you will waste your money. Like many other WinWebSec family rogues, including System Care Antivirus, Disk Antivirus Professional or System Progressive Protection, this fictitious rogue is not capable of Windows protection. Therefore, the only thing you need to worry about is the rogue’s removal.
As you can imagine the removal of the fictitious anti-spyware is not only confusing but also complicated. It has been discovered that the rogue could aggravate connection to the Internet, block the running of many system’s executable files and even remove access to Task Manage and Registry Editor. What does this mean? Well, this could create issues when dealing with manual and automatic Attentive Antivirus removal. Our spyware experts do not recommend the manual removal option because it requires previous experience and knowledge. If you do not have this removal experience – delete Attentive Antivirus using automatic spyware removal software. Note that you can activate one of the special registration codes (see below) in order to disable the existing symptoms.
|#||File Name||File Size (Bytes)||File Hash|
|1||Ua339gpD.exe||981504 bytes||MD5: 23487126b783d2212eb3fec00a9a0632|