How does computer get infected with rogue anti virus software

How does computer get infected with rogue anti virus software. One way rogue anti-virus software gets on your system is the result of you clicking on a malic…
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50 thoughts on “How does computer get infected with rogue anti virus software”

  1. Are you saying that some of the web sites where viruses to . And does some
    virus allert contain viruses to ? Please answer.๏ปฟ

  2. When I get it, I do not falls for it I just exiting all out and run my
    McAfee antivirus software๏ปฟ

  3. Maybe a visual will help better than explaining not to click on stuff
    you’re not sure of???๏ปฟ

  4. if the video was 10 minutes exact the video would be 13:37 long remove the
    colon 1337 get it๏ปฟ

  5. thanks for the video, really informative, i share your videos with people
    that need help with viruses on yahoo answers

  6. Man, how can people get so dumb? Seriously, i am thinking about creating
    one of these rogue Anti-Virus Applications, because at how stupid people
    are, the money’s all there.

  7. I’ve got the PCEU virus on a laptop but i cannot enter any safemode
    (network or command) any suggestions

  8. I partially agree with what you’re saying: prevention is better than a
    cure. This video is a step in the right direction by describing one vector
    of infection.

  9. i whas infected like this but i dint safe the file i thought it whas
    suspicious and AVG din’t EVEN BLOCK IT!!!

  10. Some people must be other wise there would not be as many people getting
    infected? Because you wont full for it, other people won’t.

  11. I fix people’s computers as a side job and when someone gets one of these
    they claim it “just showed up” is there really any way that can happen
    because my dad got hit several times with these and FBI ransomware
    supposedly out of nowhere. I can usually get rid of these with little
    difficulty but I wonder if they can “just show up”

  12. Why have such a simple video on how people get infected..when all your
    video’s on removing infections are above 90% of the people that do get
    infected? I doubt 1 person in 10 can remove a virus completely from their
    computers by following your methods regardless of how well intentioned you
    are..I think 9 out of 10 people would be better served on telling them the
    best way to set up their computers to avoid the infections that they will
    eventually get..removal is far beyond most people.

  13. Thanks for sharing your top 3 AV solutions ๐Ÿ™‚ Well I can agree than McAfee
    sucks. But Kaspersky and Avira. Sorry Sir. They are really good security
    solutions

  14. Do you mean better in performance, features, customer service, protection,
    or all of them?? Because I’m only concerned in protection and performance

  15. Anyway, if you know how to use the internet and doesn’t click or download
    everything, then you are pretty much secured ๐Ÿ™‚ it won’t be a big
    difference if you use Kaspersky or Bitdefender or whatever.

  16. โ˜…โ˜… In Protection and Performance โ˜…โ˜… 1- Norton Internet Security 2013 is
    Excellent in Protection and Performance i give it the first place. 2- Eset
    Smart Security 5.2 3- F Secure Internet Security 2013 4- Kaspersky Internet
    Security 2013 5- Avast internet Security 7 6- Bitdefender Internet Security
    2013 7- MSE 4 (Windows Defender) 8- Comodo Internet Security 5.12 I Tested
    them all on Same Machine, Same OS and Same Threats, Fair Results.

  17. McAfee has a descent firewall and malicious url blocker, But I can agree on
    you there, I should have put Panda or F-Secure instead of McAfee.

  18. Yes. They use multiple virus engines giving a much higher detection rate
    than Norton 360 can provide.

  19. Bitdefender stops malware,spyware,viruses,trojans,adware and many others
    from entering your system, It keeps your whole internet presence protected
    by a multi-layered protection. Try Bitdefender Antivirus Plus with a
    firewall. I suggest Comodo.

  20. yep true ๐Ÿ™‚ hmm in this cause.. Sandboxing the web browser is a good
    idea+add a site advisor like: AVG Linkscanner, McAfee site advisor,
    Bitdefender trafficlight..etc online armor firewall is design for more
    knowledge users

  21. Protection : Bitdefender – Avira – Eset – Panda – F secure – Kaspersky –
    Sophos Performance : Avira – Eset – Avast – F Secure – MSE

  22. AVG is good others are better. Avira, Eset, Panda, Kaspersky, F Secure,
    Bitdefender are all better than AVG.

  23. well, Kaspersky and Avira aren’t the best choice.. you can get better
    protection than both of them with lower price or even for Free plus I’ve
    tested these 2 products my self against encrypted Trojan-ProRat(hack
    server) and they both failed..especially Avira is very weak against these
    kind, cuz it doesn’t include Multi-layer/features of protection which means
    ANY encrypted malware or hacking server will bypass Avira easily..so its
    good engine is nothing by then ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. by the way, choosing a product that is using multi-engine is mostly a good
    idea ๐Ÿ˜‰ sry if my English/grammar suck.

  25. Anyone knows the best PROTECTION and I dont care about performance. I have
    norton 360 for 3 years and its fucking anoying. I got HDD virus and had to
    pay $99.99 by norton online service since there norton 360 + norton power
    eraser cant remove the dam thing. I also go DLL file that randomly poped
    and at the same time broke norton 360 4x in 5 months. They kept on fixing
    norton 360 to work but they wont remove the main problem Just so i can keep
    on paying that dam online service IS norton scaming?

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