It looks like November 2013 is going to be a rogue season. With Antivirus Security Pro 2014 detected quite recently, we are obviously experiencing an onslaught of these annoying computer infections. Although it may seem that it is rather hard to remove Antivirus Security Pro 2014 from your computer, do not panic! You can always refer to computer specialists and antimalware programs for automatic removal. In fact, the most important thing in this case is to refrain from spending your money on Antivirus Security Pro 2014 and revealing your credit card information to this malicious security threat.
Based on various associations, one can infer that Antivirus Security Pro 2014 comes from Rogue.WinWebSec family of computer infections. It means that this malicious program usually enters your system surreptitiously and then the installer file is run behind your back. Most probably your computer has already been infected with a Trojan prior to Antivirus Security Pro 2014, so when finally a rogue manifests itself, it is very likely that the infection is only a tip of an iceberg.
Essentially, Antivirus Security Pro 2014 is practically identical to Antivirus Security Pro, and other similar infections from the same group, including Attentive Antivirus, System Care Antivirus, Live Security Platinum and others. It belongs to the more sophisticated bunch, because it has an upgraded user interface. Rogue.WinWebSec infections used to be released with a wash-out pink interface, now it is light blue.
Antivirus Security Pro 2014 also comes with a variety of infection symptoms, most of which are predictable because after all, the program is a fake AV, and all fake antivirus application exhibit similar behavior. For one, Antivirus Security Pro 2014 runs a fake system scan and informs you about non-existent infections that supposedly impede your overall system performance. For example, it claims that you are infected with the likes of Win32/Zwangi, Win32/Chedap.A, Win32/Zafi and so on. Needless to say, that none of this is true.
What is more, Antivirus Security Pro 2014 also displays a lot of pop-up notifications that are also designed to convince you that you need to purchase the license for the program, otherwise you would be doomed. Check out some of the fake security messages below:
Warning! Network attack attempt detected.
To keep the computer safe, the threat must be blocked.
Warning! Infected file detected.
We strongly recommend activating full edition of your antivirus software for repairing threats.
As most of the Rogue.WinWebSec infections, Antivirus Security Pro 2014 also blocks various .exe extension files and does not allow you access the Internet in attempt to prevent you from removing the infection. However, you can easily bypass it by registering the rogue. Use the activation key below to register Antivirus Security Pro 2014 and cancel out all the infection symptoms for a time being:
While the rogue is sedated, get yourself a reliable antimalware scanner (SpyHunter for example), and run a full system scan to detect all the malicious files that are plaguing your system. Then invest in a licensed antimalware to remove Antivirus Security Pro 2014 automatically, as manual removal is not recommended unless you are an experienced computer user.