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Anti Malware Pro 2017

AntiVirus Pro 2017 is fake anti-virus software created by cyber criminals with the intention of tricking users into buying the 'full' version. This dubious application stealthily installs on system via Trojans, fake downloads, and malicious websites. After infiltration, AntiVirus Pro 2017 reports that the system is infected with various high-risk computer viruses.

Anti malware pro 2017

Next, warning messages are displayed, stating that the computer is at risk and the user is strongly advised to upgrade this false anti-virus software to a full version capable of eliminating these threats. This software is, however, a scam - it imitates the detection of computer infections that do not exist, and therefore, buying the so-called 'full' version is equivalent to sending your money to cyber criminals.

The developers of this bogus application aim to scare users into believing that their computer systems are in danger due to various security issues. Their goal is to trick unsuspecting users into the purchase of a license key required for activation of AntiVirus Pro 2017.

If you notice that this program is performing a system scan, your computer has been infected with false anti-virus suite. Do not pay for the full version of AntiVirus Pro 2017 and eliminate this bogus application from your system immediately.

As mentioned above, this bogus application is simply an imitation of a legitimate anti-virus program, and therefore, it should not be trusted. AntiVirus Pro 2017 displays false security warning messages and lists of 'detected' malware to deceive users into believing their systems are infected with a wide range of high-risk computer infections.

This type of fake anti-virus suite (previous versions are named AntiVirus Pro 2015, Antivirus Plus 2014, and Smart Security) usually install by exploiting various security vulnerabilities on victims' computers. Cyber criminals also use infected email messages and P2P networks to spread their rogue antivirus programs.

Following infiltration on the system, AntiVirus Pro 2017 disables the operating system Task Manager, denying use of Internet browsers and making removal of this scam more complicated. If your computer has been infected with this bogus application, the instructions provided below will guide you through removal.

To make the removal process of Antivirus Pro 2017 less complicated, try entering the retrieved registry key. Click the "get full time protection now" button located at the bottom left corner of the main window, enter a fake email address and this registry key:

Note that by entering this registry key, you will trick Antivirus Pro 2017 into behaving as if you have purchased the full version. This will unblock your Task Manager and you will be able to use your Internet browsers to download legitimate anti-spyware software and eliminate this scam from your computer.

NOTE: If you cannot run the remover, right-click on it and select "Run as administrator". If the installation of the malware remover fails, or you cannot open the .exe files, try one of the alternative download locations below:

If, after or before, removal of this fake antivirus program you are unable to run any of your installed software, AntiVirus Pro 2017 has modified your operating system's .exe file associations. To fix this, download the registry fix (link below). Save it to your computer, double click it, click "Yes", and then "OK". After rebooting your PC, file associations should function normally.

AntiVirus Pro 2017 rogue blocks execution of all installed software - this makes its removal complicated. The best way to eliminate this rogue is to login to an unaffected user account and run a security scan from it. If available, login to "Guest" account and follow the removal steps provided below. If your "Guest" user account is not activated, follow these steps:

Step 2AntiVirus Pro 2017 modifies the system Hosts file. The Hosts file is used to resolve canonical names of websites to IP addresses. When it is changed, the user may be redirected to malicious sites, despite observing legitimate URLs in address bar. It is difficult to determine which sites are genuine when the Hosts file is modified.

The fake antivirus programs (also known as "rogue antivirus programs" or "scareware") are applications that tries to lure computer users into paying for their non-existent full versions to remove the supposedly detected security infections (although the computer is actually clean). These bogus programs are created by cyber criminals who design them to look as legitimate antivirus software. Most commonly rogue antivirus programs infiltrate user's computer using poop-up windows or alerts which appear when users surf the Internet. These deceptive messages trick users into downloading a rogue antivirus program on their computers. Other known tactics used to spread scareware include exploit kits, infected email messages, online ad networks, drive-by downloads, or even direct calls to user's offering free support.

A computer that is infected with a fake antivirus program might also have other malware installed on it as rogue antivirus programs often are bundled with Trojans and exploit kits. Noteworthy that additional malware that infiltrates user's operating system remains on victim's computer regardless of whether a payment for a non-existent full version of a fake antivirus program is made. Here are some examples of fake security warning messages that are used in fake antivirus distribution:

Computer users who are dealing with a rogue security software shouldn't buy it's full version. By paying for a license key of a fake antivirus program users would send their money and banking information to cyber criminals. Users who have already entered their credit card number (or other sensitive information) when asked by such bogus software should inform their credit card company that they have been tricked into buying a rogue security software. Screenshot of a web page used to lure computer users into paying for a non-existent full version of antivirus pro 2017 scam and other rogue antivirus programs:

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AntiVirus Pro 2017 is a computer infection from theRogue.WinPCDefender family of rogue anti-spyware programs. This program is classified as a rogue because it deliberately displays false scan results, fake security alerts, and prevents you from running any programs on your computer. This program is promoted through fake online antimalware scanners and as a program required to view online videos. Once installed, AntiVirus Pro 2017 will automatically scan your computer and then state that there are numerous infections on your computer. If you attempt to remove any of these so-called infections itwill state that you first need to purchase the program in order to remove anything.As many of the detected files are actually legitimate, please do not manually delete anything that this rogue detects as it may affect the proper operating of Windows and your installed programs. Instead ignore the scan results and proceed with the rest of the removal guide.

FIREWALL WARNINGHidden file transfer to remote host has been detected.AntiVirus Pro 2017 has detected a leak of your files through the Internet. We strongly recommend that you block the attack immediately.

To protect itself from being removed, AntiVirus Pro 2017 will also not allow you to run most programs on your computer. Instead when you attempt to launch a program, AntiVirus Pro 2017 will display a message that states that the program is infected. The text of this message is:

As you can see, this program was created for the sole purpose of scaring you into thinking your computer is severely infected so that you will then purchase it.Therefore, do not purchase AntiVirus Pro 2017 for any reason, and if you alreadyhave, please contact your credit card company and state that the program isa computer infection and a scam and that you would like to dispute the charge.To remove this infection and related malware, please follow the steps in theguide below.

Your computer should now be free of the AntiVirus Pro 2017 program. If your current anti-virus solution let this infection through,you may want to consider purchasing thePRO version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware to protect against these typesof threats in the future. can not be held responsible for problems that may occur by using this information. If you would like help with any of these fixes, you can ask for malware removal assistance in our Virus,Trojan,Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs forum.

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