It was just this Friday that the F.B.I's Internet Crime Complaint issues a warning to all about rogues. Cybercriminals are going mad and are targeting innocent computer users all over the world. These malicious online characters are making use of these fake antispyware applications in order to generate capital for themselves, via manipulative tactics and tricks.
According to various statistics from the F.B.I, it has been claimed that online criminals have been able to get in more than R150 million dollars. This is a money making tactic which has been carefully planned out, with both precision and care. It is getting extremely bad and The New York times was targeted by rogue antivirus scams this year in September. Malicious online attacker in some incidences are able to actually hack into certain web sites and insert various malicious attack code into the computer system of their chosen victim.
You need to know that a system scan starts that you didn't start yourself, then this could be a telling sign that your computer is infected. You may see all types of fake computer security notifications as well malicious fake system scan report results. Do now download any software icons that promise to help your computer. The truth is that your computer is infected with a rogue not with all these threats that it says you have on your machine. You also need to never purchase any full versions of anything.
This is a very serious matter and it is going to be within your best interest to invest in a decent antispyware product that is able to detect as well as automatically remove any rogues that may get onto your system. This time of year everyone is trying to get their hands on extra money for the New Year, some people do it by working hard and receiving an end of year bonus, while others scam people, commit online crimes and make use of malicious rogues to try and obtain your money.