Quite a few users may think that Vista Antivirus 2013 is a genuine computer security application, which tries to protect computers from harm. Unfortunately, it is exactly the opposite, as Vista Antivirus 2013 is a rogue antispyware application which wants to steal your money by making you leak your credit card information. Therefore, in order to prevent that from happening you must remove Vista Antivirus 2013 from your computer as soon as possible, at the same time investing in a powerful antimalware tool that would make sure the infection does not regenerate.
If you have encountered rogue antispyware applications before you will definitely notice that Vista Antivirus 2013 belongs to the Rogue.Braviax family of computer infections that modify their names according to the operating system installed on your computer. Vista Antivirus 2013 is of no exception – this infection targets Windows Vista users, but were you to have Windows XP or Windows 7 on your computer, the rogue would have generated a different name upon the infection – XP Antivirus 2013 or Win 7 Antivirus 2013. Consequently, it is easy to see that all these infection are very similar to their predecessors, including Vista Antivirus Plus 2013, XP Internet Security 2013, Win 7 Home security 2013 and others.
The most important thing in case of rogue infection is not to panic, because panic what drives you to make poor decisions. And it is exactly what Vista Antivirus 2013 wants – if you are stressed you are more likely to purchase the full version of the program giving away your banking information, and thus allowing cyber criminals to access your account. In case you have filled out and submitted the purchase form for Vista Antivirus 2013 already, contact your bank or credit card company immediately, so that the card would be blocked and you would be issued a new one.
Next, ignore all the fake scan results displayed by Vista Antivirus 2013. Apart from a fake system scan, the rogue will also display a variety of fake security notifications that are supposed to convince that you MUST spend your money on the full version of Vista Antivirus 2013, but you definitely know better than that. Hence, you know that it is for the best to ignore the following notifications:
Spyware intrusion detected. Your system is infected. System integrity is at risk. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords. Click here to perform a security repair.
Sensitive areas of your system ware found to be under attack. Spy software attack or virus infection possible. Prevent further damage or your private data will get stolen. Run an anti-spyware scan now. Click here to start.
Rather than running a full scan with the infection, you should click the button below and scan your computer with SpyHunter free scanner. This way you will be able to detect all the rogue files present in your system, and then invest in a powerful computer security application that would remove Win 7 Antivirus 2013 for good.
In case the rogue resists being removed, or blocks specific program access, do leave us a comment below, and we will figure out the problem as soon as possible.