Mega Antivirus 2012 Removal Guide

Do you know what Mega Antivirus 2012 is?

A new computer safety menace is hides behind a pompous name Mega Antivirus 2012. If there is one “mega” thing about it, it is the damage that it can cause to your computer if you allow it to stay in your system. Despite the fact that normally rogue anti-spyware applications target your bank accounts, this new parasite actually can play a dirty trick on your computer and totally cripple your system, so you better stay away from it as far as possible.

If you asked when or how you are infected with Mega Antivirus 2012, it would be hard to tell the exact moment it enters your system, because rogues use various distribution channels. It is not definite, but it’s quite possible that you have caught Mega Antivirus 2012 via Trojan infection, or in some bogus online malware scanner. The bottom line of this scam is that the parasite pretends to be a real security program, so it finds you when you browse internet in search for computer security products, or simply when you click a link to unknown site in the moment of weakness.

Mega Antivirus 2012 has an attractive interface and it is rather easy to take it for the real deal. But if you are cautious enough and you don’t give away your credit card information to it, the parasite might bare its fangs at you. It is especially plain to see, when you try to investigate the nature of Mega Antivirus 2012, and it warns you not to mess with it. If you don’t stop trying to uninstall it, the rogue renders your computer incapable of functioning properly. It forcefully reboots your computer and you can no longer load anything, because the rogue removes an important system file.

Eventually, this parasite can leave you without a round 0 in your bank account and/or a totally crippled computer. If you want to avoid it, make sure to remove Mega Antivirus 2012 from your system once you detect it.

In non techie terms:

Mega Antivirus 2012 is a rogue antispyware which is created to deceive unsuspecting users in spending their money for an absolutely useless product. If that weren’t enough, this rogue can also successfully paralyze your computer, so delete Mega Antivirus 2012 before it is too late.

Aliases: MegaAntivirus2012, MegaAntivirus 2012, Mega Antivirus2012.