Vista Antivirus 2013 is a fake antivirus program that has an interface that closely resembles legitimate antivirus apps currently available for Windows PCs. Through its interface, Vista Antivirus 2013 attempts to offer up many security functions including protecting a system from internet security dangers and even firewall features. Each of these functions does not perform what they say they will. Instead, Vista Antivirus 2013 and its functions are basically a fake front to trick PC users.
The objective of Vista Antivirus 2013 is to scam PC users out of money. This process takes place after Vista Antivirus 2013 has gained the trust of a PC user through many fabricated pop-up alerts and bogus system scan results. The scan results rendered by Vista Antivirus 2013 are more of scare tactic to make PC users think that their PC is filled with malware and other virus threats. Even though the threats are made-up, gullible PC users do not realize it and continue to think that buying a registered copy of Vista Antivirus 2013 is the solution to removing these threats.
The hackers who took it upon themselves to create Vista Antivirus 2013 and other fake security programs, are relentless in their quest to extort money from unsuspecting computer users. Through the Vista Antivirus 2013 program they are able to charge upwards of $60 to $70 for a program that utterly fails at providing any security features on a PC. After a PC user has paid their money, it is almost impossible to get it back. Basically, it leaves the victims with the only option of cancelling their credit card or filing a fraud report with their banking institution.
Avoiding all of the issues that come with Vista Antivirus 2013 can be nipped in the bud by removing Vista Antivirus 2013 once the user first notices the program. Utilizing the antimalware/