Unexpected and annoying error messages on your desktop are a sign that some malicious computer infection has penetrated into your machine and is trying to trick you into paying for its useless services. If the intruder has the name Cleanup Antivirus, this once again proves that its intentions are not good at all, and it only wants to take advantage of your personal and financial information.
If you happen to see warnings displayed by Cleanup Antivirus, you have to remember that these alerts do not inform you about real threats. They are generated only to scare you into thinking you have to take some immediate measures to repair your system. Cleanup Antivirus will also make a scan of your system for infected files and errors. The final results will be really frightening – the program will pretend to have detected numerous problems and viruses and all of these threats will need to be fixed as soon as possible. The intruder will try to convince you that you have to purchase its registered version to be able to repair the system.
Neither the scan, nor the messages show accurate information about the condition of your system. On the contrary, these results only mislead you into paying for bogus and useless software. Cleanup Antivirus will take you to its billing page, but on it you will see that there is no information about the program or its creators. However, there is a personal details form and it requires the user to submit his personal and credit card information. As you can see, the page is suspicious and you have to quit it as soon as possible. Do not fill in your details and refuse to buy the application. Then find a way to remove it and replace it with a reliable AV tool.