WinAntivirus Vista/XP – VirusMelt – Malware Doc – Removal Instructions

Three more recently released Rogue Security applications that can cause havoc on your computer.

WinAntivirus Vista/XP, VirusMelt, and Malware Doc, are just three of the latest Rogue Security applications.

Delivery methods used by all of these parasites include Trojans, infected websites, misleading advertisements, and Internet Browser security holes.

They can also be downloaded voluntarily, from rogue security software websites and from “adult” websites.

The objective of all Rogue Security Software is to convince the victim to pay for the “full” version of the application in order to remove what are, in fact, false positives that these program are designed to display on the infected computer in various ways; including fake scan results, pop-ups and system tray notifications.

Generally, reputable anti-spyware software is capable of detecting rogue software if it attempts to install, or on a malware scan. But this is not always the case. Anti-malware programs that rely on a definition database can be behind the curve in recognizing the newest threats.

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