About Red Cross Antivirus infection:
This is the first program suggested in the popup entitled Microsoft Security Essentials Alert. The infection has become a matter of common knowledge at the mid of August, 2010, when its descriptions and relevant guides on how to uninstall Red Cross Antivirus were posted in Internet security dedicated blogs and websites. The program was deemed to be rogue antispyware, which is only distributed through the above popup. However, since that time other Red Cross Antivirus propagation techniques have been observed and reported. In particular, there is a quiet virus dropper that uploads the fake antispyware directly without preliminaries such as alerts. Users are also redirected from third party websites to the website of the badware.
Respectively, Red Cross Antivirus removal now implies possible need to remove more extended list of infections. Click here to get rid of Red Cross Antivirus and examine your PC for updated list of related threats.
Red Cross Antivirus details:
Type: Rogue anti-spyware, Malware
Detection date: 04.08.2010
URL: not detected
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Red Cross Antivirus behaviour:
- Red Cross Antivirus may be difficult to remove manually;
- Red Cross Antivirus may download and install additional malware;
- Red Cross Antivirus may slow your PC;
- Red Cross Antivirus may cause system errors.