Windows Ultra-Antivirus

By | July 29, 2012 | 1 Comment

Windows Ultra-Antivirus is a fake computer protection software that will attempt to induce computer users to pay for its licensed version. This malware will display bogus alerts stating that several threats were found on the computer. Due to its nice-looking design, we believe that it can easily deceive users. If you click on it, Windows Ultra-Antivirus will advise you to buy the full version and promises that it can normalize the computer after removing Trojans and viruses. Keep in mind that what it shows you is fictitious; they do not exist in the PC at all. They are made to frighten users like you so that authors behind the malware may gain profit after you purchase the program.

Aside from flashing dozens of alerts, Windows Ultra-Antivirus also provides scan results full of wrong data. It will found dozens of threats after the scan even if your computer is free from threats. Again, it will advise the purchase of the paid version.

To defend itself inside the computer, Windows Ultra-Antivirus may disable your antivirus program. The rogue software accomplishes this action with Trojan. Moreover, it may block you access to security web site to prevent you from having a removal tool.
So far, the best advice we can share with you is to ignore Windows Ultra-Antivirus. Never spend for this malware. If you need to remove it from the computer, you can simply follow the guide we have outlined on this page.

Type Rogue
Sub-Type FakeAV
OS Affected Windows

What are the Symptoms of Windows Ultra-Antivirus Infection?

When Windows Ultra-Antivirus infiltrates your computer, virus scanner like the one below will display on your screen. It runs even without any user involvement. In short, it is included in your Windows start-up entry. It quickly scans the computer and provides fake results.

Windows Ultra-Antivirus Scanner

It will modify Windows Registry and add the following entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “(random characters)”

The threat will drop the following malicious files:
%System%\(random characters).exe
%System%\drivers\(random characters).sys

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