The infamous Home Antivirus 2010 now has a clone called PC Antispyware 2010. It is a rogue computer security program that will slow down your computer and will try to steal your money by urging you to pay for registration. The reason why PC Antispyware 2010 is so eager to sell you this worthless product is that it has been created by cyber criminals who want to get easy money as soon as possible.
PC Antispyware 2010 is usually distributed by Trojan Braviax. It means that your computer gets infected even before this rogue enters your system. When the Trojan infects your computer, it displays a lot of fake security alerts about malware infections that are supposedly residing in your computer. These alerts urge you to perform a scan and/or download PC Antispyware 2010 in order to protect your computer from these parasites. Naturally, once you click to download the “antivirus” program, you open the door of your system for the rogue.
Not only is PC Antispyware 2010 distributed via Trojan infections. It can also be downloaded through fake online malware scanners. Most of the time, actually, this rogue is downloaded and installed automatically, without your permission, so you might not know exactly when you get infected, but you will surely know that something is wrong, when PC Antispyware 2010 starts sending you fake security notifications.
On top of that, the rogue will perform a fake system scan that will be launched in order to convince that you are in serious trouble. Even though the scan results and the security messages do look a lot like legitimate notifications, you should pay no heed to them, because they contain nothing but blatant lies.
PC Antispyware 2010 is after your money. Were you to pay for this program, you would reveal your name, address and banking information to third parties, and as a result, the criminals behind this rogue would be able to access your bank account anytime. Remove PC Antispyware 2010 right now and prevent this from happening. Do what is best for you and your computer, and do not forget to acquire a reliable computer safeguard program that would ensure your computer’s security in the future.