It has become increasingly more difficult for users to distinguish between genuine and rogue antispyware applications like AV Protection 2012. This rogue, which emanates from the same family of rogues as OpenCloud Security, enters the system surreptitiously and will remain hidden from the user until it starts its attack against the system. It uses various nefarious tactics to facilitate its surreptitious infiltration of the system. AV Protection 2012 will also do everything in its power to gain the trust of its victims so that it will be easier to rip them off, and this is why you have to erase AV Protection 2012 at the earliest opportunity.
Once AV Protection 2012 manages to securely root itself in the system it will start its attack against the system by instigating a fake security scan each time the user logs on to the system. This fake security scan will go on to inform the user that his PC is being attacked, and that he needs to pay for an AV Protection 2012 license in order to stave off these attacks.
As a further attack against the system AV Protection 2012 will spam the user with various annoying falsely generated security messages. These annoying messages will appear as popups and will spam the system incessantly. The user will also find that he is unable to connect to the Internet or launch any applications on the infected PC. Extremely poor system performance and increased erratic system behavior will also be severe symptoms of an AV Protection 2012 infection.
Stop these annoying symptoms in its tracks by entering any of the following activation keys into the rogue:
By entering the above activation keys you will only be disabling AV Protection 2012’s symptoms, and you will still need to destroy AV Protection 2012 in order to secure your PC. This can easily and safely be done by enlisting the removal power of a genuine and powerful security tool.