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Fake Antivirus Program Vista Antivirus 2013 Verified as a Scam in new Removal Report
Vista Antivirus 2013 is a plagiarized security application designed by clever hackers who look to extort money from the unsuspecting PC user all through mischievous pop-up alerts and falsified malware results within purported system scans.
All aspects of the Vista Antivirus 2013 program are to trick people. The interface of Vista Antivirus 2013, for one, is a representation of familiar colors to that of the Windows Vista operating system. Familiarity is part of Vista Antivirus 2013’s game in deception. Other deceptive measures include Vista Antivirus 2013 making use of a system scan to fill it with preposterous malware results.
The concluding trick that Vista Antivirus 2013 performs is one where it promises to remove all of the so-called threats that it found on a PC only if the PC user buys a registered copy of the Vista Antivirus 2013 application. Buying Vista Antivirus 2013 is like putting your hard earned cash in a shredder. Basically, a registered copy of Vista Antivirus 2013 is just as useless as a free version that may have been installed unknowingly.
Computer users who are faced with the deception and destruction of Vista Antivirus 2013 will want to eventually remove the Vista Antivirus 2013 application. This is where further frustration ensues due to the many failed attempts to remove or uninstall Vista Antivirus 2013.
Most times PC users are unable to remove Vista Antivirus 2013 using conventional methods, such as going into the Windows control panel to uninstall it with add/remove programs or programs and features. The Vista Antivirus 2013 purposely omits listing itself as an installed program and therefore cannot be uninstalled automatically.
As an alternate method to remove Vista Antivirus 2013, PC users may utilize resources found on a new removal report for Vista Antivirus 2013 at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/