It does not seem like we are going to see the end of dangerous fake antivirus applications anytime soon. The “hottest” rogue antispyware application is here already and it is called Titan Antivirus 2013. Generally, there is nothing extremely new about this infection, because it belongs to a group of similar computer threats, but that does not mean you should not take it seriously. The rogue comes having your money in mind as its main target, and unless you remove Titan Antivirus 2013 from your computer, it is very likely that in the long run your system will be crippled.
Titan Antivirus 2013 is a new version of PC Defender Plus, PC Defender 360 and other similar infections, so you basically know what to expect of it. This fake AV enters your system surreptitiously and then the application is configured to run automatically each time you turn on your computer. This way, with every Windows boot, Titan Antivirus 2013 launches a fake system scan that detects an extensive number of “threats”. During one of such fake scans, Titan Antivirus 2013 found 52 threats, including Trojan.JS.Redirector.os, Hoax.HTML.Agent.i, Hoax.HTML.OdKlas.a and many more. Needless to say, that these infections are not real, and Titan Antivirus 2013 is making use of the names to instill fear.
The fake security alerts only back up the general claim that your system is under attack:
Background scan for security breaches has been finished. Serious problems have been detected. Safeguard your system against exploits, malware and viruses tight now by activating Proacive Defence.
Upgrade to full version of Titan Antivirus 2013 software package now! Clean your system and ward off new attacks against your system integrity and sensitive data. FREE daily updates and online protection from web-based intrusions are already in the bundle.
Judging from the fake notifications and the entire fake system scan you can already tell that Titan Antivirus 2013 is there to steal your money. It tries to convince you that you have to purchase the full version of the program (or Premium Support) for 99.99 USD, and then all of your problems would be solved. Unfortunately, that would mark only the beginning of your worries, because by purchasing the full version of this program you would reveal your credit card number to cyber criminals which you should never do.
Titan Antivirus 2013 may also block your exe files in attempt to protect itself from being removed. In order to bypass this, you can register the fake AV with the following activation key:
After manual registration get yourself a powerful computer security application to remove Titan Antivirus 2013 automatically. This registration functions only for a limited amount of time, and you need to terminate the infection before it comes back at you in full force. Do invest in a computer security programs, because they provide you with the necessary protection against cyber threats.