If you are constantly bombarded with suspicious alerts one of which claims that your computer system is infected with Bankerfox.A, it is likely that your computer is infected with a fake security program. The Trojan can be presented by several fake AVs, including AV Security Suite and Spyware Protect 2009. According to the warning which contains the name of the Trojan, this threat can cause a lot of damage to the PC. Below you will find how the warning reads:
Your computer is being attacked by an Internet Virus. It could be a password-stealing attack, a Trojan – dropper or similar.
Do you want block this attack?
Why do you see this warning? Bankerfox.A or any other threat presented in a fake warning is expected to scare you into thinking that it is crucial to register the application that keeps generating those pop-up alerts. By paying money for the full version, you lose your money and your personal information because the attackers behind the fake anti-virus program get a hold of your credit card details and other identifiable information.
If you want to remove Bankerfox.A, which is a non-existent threat, you have to remove the program which presents the so-called Trojan. It is likely that as long as the fictitious applications attempts to convince you that Bankerfox.A is a very dangerous infection, you will not be able to use Task Manager and some other programs.
In order to terminate the threat, use a legitimate spyware removal tool so that you do not need to manually alter the Registry, search for and terminate malicious processes and files. Note that it is important to install a legitimate program in order not to become a victim of another fake computer security application. Therefore, we recommend that you use our reliable and highly professional spyware removal tool which will easily remove the infection.
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