If you have encountered General Antivirus and Internet Antivirus Pro before, you surely will know what to expect from Personal Antivirus. This rogue is created by the same cyber criminals as the previously mentioned computer threats and it enters your computer with intention to rip you off. You might think that you are keeping your money safe, but creators of Personal Antivirus are cunning enough to be able to swindle you out of your hard-earned money and leave you with nothing but an absolutely ruined computer in return.
Personal Antivirus has an interface that can seamlessly integrate itself into your operating system’s environment. It looks as if the rogue is a legitimate part of your Windows and it is not easy to tell that it is a malicious threat especially as it has all the usual functions of a your average antivirus program. The only difference is that Personal Antivirus does not have the ability to detect or delete viruses. It only wants you to think you are infected, so it sends you a lot of fake alert messages, and its interfaces screeches in red, to make it seem more dramatic.
The rogue tells you that your system is in Danger and that your overall protection level is low. It cannot find virus protection, spyware or windows protection, and it says that your automatic security updates are turned off. Then you are offered to “Protect PC Now” by clicking on the blue button, but you must have also noticed that the current Application status is designated as “Trial”. You can get a full protection if your “Enter activation key” as says the yellow button at the bottom left corner, but for that you would need to purchase the full version of Personal Antivirus.
Paying for this rogue is out of question. This program only impersonates Windows Security Center pushing you into its trap, and if you enter your personal information into the Personal Antivirus purchase page, your banking data will be exposed to cyber criminals. They will be able to use it to perform various illegal operations and as a result you will lose your money for good. Remove Personal Antivirus if you want your money and your computer to be safe, and do not hesitate to ask for help if you are not sure how to perform it on your own.