Win64.BIT.Looker.exe is usually shown as a threat that comes as part of a rogue security program. This notification is unsafe and there may be no other malicious program inside the computer except from Desktop Security 2010. The same malware fabricates the false alarm. The mentioned rogue antivirus software is messing with your computer and producing falsified data in order to convince you to pay for the registered version of it. This tactic is very common to rogue security product and is effective in misleading computer users.
“Antivirus Software Error” warning is another misleading alert of Privacy Center rogue antivirus program. It was obvious that this was issued as a scare tactics to force its victim into acquiring the licensed version that expires as it shows in the screenshot image below. As a matter of fact, ”Antivirus Software Error” insists that you are the one who requested to install this program as stated on its message:
“Attention! Spyware Alert – Vulnerabilities found” is a usual warning message issued on computers that are infected with rogue security software. It will try to convince victim that system is compromised and a licensed version of endorsed program called Antivir Solution Pro must be purchase. Fake pop-up alert such as this one is typical to rogue program operation.
“Security errors detected” is a fake pop-up alert that will be shown from Windows Taskbar. This alert by rogue program called Antivirus Plus aims to deceive victims from purchasing the registered version of the said product. It may appear like a genuine system tray alert from Windows system, but it is not. It was made to look like one so that it can mislead computer users.
BankerFox.A is a fake “Antivirus software alert” displayed by a bogus security software called AV Security Suite. A threat BankerFox.A is issued together with a warning message stating that computer is infected and advises user to block the attack by obtaining the registered version of the fake security program. This is not the first time that malware authors are using real threat for a fake alert.
Trojan.Mdropper.AC – Trojan Found! is a fake alert used by Personal Antivirus to trick its victim. Although this threat was real if detected by a legitimate antivirus program, but doubt its existence of it was detected by an unknown security application. The warning message where this threat is included appears to be:
Trojan.Wincod is a virus detected by Symantec security products. It is also a trojan being used by a rogue security program Personal Antivirus to scare computer users and detected it as a threat found on the computer. The warning message appears to be: Trojan.Wincod – Trojan Found! Trojan.Wincod is a Trojan horse that displays message … Read more
Antivirus XP 2008 is a bogus security program that may spread in various ways. Spam email messages may contain malicious links pointing to a web site wherein visitors can easily catch this rogue program has been very active lately. Antivirus XP 2008 also uses Trojan to redirect infected computers internet browser to same web site that will display false alert messages and mislead visitors into manually downloading the program.