As a computer repair expert I do my best to track common threats and learn as much as possible about new and existing threats. Over just the last 2 weeks we have seen a huge surge in antivirus 2009. Because of this we have written a few guides to help people understand this threat and teach them how to fully remove this as well.
For a more detailed guide head over to here to our antivirus 2009 page. There you will find a very detailed hands on guide that takes you step by step in the removal process. You should note that you may need to purchase software to fully remove other threats as well.
Being infected with Antivirus 2009 is a clear indication that you have other threats installed on your computer as well. It is very common to have virtumonde and the zlob trojan as well.
Because of this you may want to consider hiring professional help to fully remove all viruses and spyware. I know how hard it can be to have your computer in a shop and hiring a tech to come out can cost upwards of 300 dollars. Here is a great PC repair company that removes viruses and spyware online. Not only are they inexpensive but you can have your computer back and running in just an hour and you never have to wait in line. This company is by far the leader in remote computer repair and it’s 100% secure.
The most annoying thing about antivirus 2009 is how it constantly re-directs you to their home page. I know you are with me on this. The fake security warnings and bogus scan results is none as a scareware tactic. They try to make the user think they are being hacked in the hopes your emotions will get the better of you and you hand over your credit card information. This company has several civil lawsuits against it and Microsoft is leading the charge to shut them down. Unfortunately this never ends. You should consider purchasing real time protection to fully remove this threat and so you do not get infected again. We do offer 100% free removal guides for this but you are better off just taking the safe route and having an expert remove it our by purchasing software to protect your computer for the long haul.
I hope this quick guide has given you a few pointers and if you follow any of the advice given here be sure to post a comment to let others know what you did..
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