Free Antivirus 3.3. rogue is a fake antivirus program that imitates your computer scan for viruses. It gets installed to a victim’s PC using social engineering tactics. It means that a computer user downloads it manually thinking it is some update or a useful application. Once in the system, the rogue starts “searching” for viruses and, of course, finds them. Free Antivirus 3.3. rogue makes you think your computer is terribly damaged and has many infections. The program can also lock your screen and ask for a fee to remove the locking message.
Free Antivirus 3.3. rogue warnings are usually displayed as pop-up messages that appear just above the task bar:
Infected files have been detected on your PC.
359 Infected files found.
It is recommended to run a full system scan and clean your PC.
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None of the messages displayed by Free Antivirus 3.3. rogue are true. The only aim of showing them is to make you think you need to repair your computer by buying a full version of the program. This is the way how scammers trick money out of their victims. Remember, none of legitimate antivirus programs scan a computer without initiating the process by a computer user. As many fake antivirus programs, the latter one might block your computer security software and this way leave it unprotected from possible virus attacks. You should remove Free Antivirus 3.3. rogue as soon as you see it on your computer. Use only reliable removal tools and instructions given in legitimate websites.