Disk Antivirus Professional

By | February 3, 2013 | 1 Comment

Disk Antivirus Professional is a malware that is also tagged as rogue anti-virus program. Malicious web site is where you can acquire this type of threat. One way that can lead you to the dangerous site is via Trojan infection. It installs a browser redirect module into your Internet browser, which redirect every traffic to unknown web pages that hosts Disk Antivirus Professional installation program. No action from your end is needed. Web page is equipped with a script that automates the download and installation of Disk Antivirus Professional. Once installed, the threat changes some settings that initiate auto-start once you turned on the PC.

Computer compromised with Disk Antivirus Professional display signs like scary pop-up alerts and warning. Also, you will notice that the malware runs a scan without any command coming from you. After the scan, you will see a result that contains virus infection. This is fake, you should never believe it especially if it encourages you to clean the virus using paid version of Disk Antivirus Professional.

Previous versions of this malware include System Progressive Protection, Live Security Platinum, and Personal Shield Pro. Just like the old variants, Disk Antivirus Professional is using identical user interface. Only noticeable change is the title. In fact, the build remains as-is and you can still use the old serial number AA39754E-715219CE to activate and remove the virus.

Type Rogue
Sub-Type FakeAV
OS Affected Windows

What are the Symptoms of Disk Antivirus Professional Infection?

Disk Antivirus Professional

One thought on “Disk Antivirus Professional

  1. simon

    Hi, my computer was infected with Disk Antivirus Professional virus yesterday. I spent this whole day sorting out the problem. Luckily, before the day ender, I was able to remove the malware using the procedure on this page. The removal guide seems to be complete; however, I add another step. I scan my computer with Microsoft Safety Scanner. Download it here: http:// www. microsoft.com/security/scanner/en-us/default.aspx

    Because the OS is in Windows, Microsoft knows the best way to remove the virus from the system.

    Your computer is not yet safe even though antivirus software is installed. I recommend that you also install a separate antispyware tool. I highly recommend Windows Defender.
    http:// www. microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/defender/default.mspx

    I hope it can protect my computer now.

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