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Description: WinPC Antivirus is rogue spyware removal program. It is a copy of WinPC Defender rogue anti-spyware. It may be secretly installed into your computer by a trojan, downloaded from one of fake scanner sites or downloaded from the "official" website, which looks like legitimate anti-spyware site. Once installed, WinPC Antivirus "scans" system and displays exaggerated results. It displays annoying pop-up windows and system alerts stating that computer is infected or under attack. WinPC Antivirus tries to scare the user and push it into purchasing of "full" version. It may slowdown computer performance, limit internet connection speed and even cause system crash.
Ransomware - Ransomware is a software application that infects a computer and asks for money to have the infection removed.
Trojan - A Trojans or Trojan Horse is any programs that installs itself secretly normally via malware programs, quite often with sinister intent. Once installed, the trojan author (hacker) can gain complete control of the infected PC. Trojans are usually designed to steal sensitive information and/or destroy the system. Trojans can be distributed as unsolicited email attachments, or bundled with freeware and shareware programs.
Advice: Remove This is a very high risk threat and should be removed immediately as to prevent harm to your computer and / or to protect your privacy.
SpyNoMore removes WinPC Antivirus: Yes
Threat risk: Very High Risk
Extremely dangerous malware. Uses stealth installation, randomly named entries and has the capability to self update or resurrect after incomplete removal. Almost impossible to remove manually. Category mostly consists of trojans and spyware.
Popup messages claiming that your computer is infected;
Stealthly installation of WinPC Antivirus without your concent or knowlege;
WinPC Antivirus is launched after system restart and stays resident in background.
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