BestSellerAntiVirus

BestSellerAntiVirus is a rogue security program that advertises aggressively toward the user, warning of security threats that supposedly exist.  BestSellerAntiVirus is a corrupt antispyware application that is designed specifically for the purpose of stealing your money.  This rogue cannot scan, detect or remove malware from your PC.  Infected files that are displayed, if the user performs the offered scan are fake. These files are created by BestSellerAntiVirus as a scare tactic and are completely harmless.  If BestSellerAntiVirus becomes installed on your PC, it may become slow or unstable.  Private information may be at risk as well.

Recommended Action:
Remove at Once

AKA:

BestsellerAntivirus

Manual Removal:
Manual removal of BestSellerAntiVirus requires killing all running processes. You must then detect all related files and values in the Windows registry so they can be deleted.  The process is difficult and may damage your PC if not done properly.
To remove BestSellerAntiVirus automatically, it is suggested that you use a reputable antispyware product such as Spyzooka, which is 100% guaranteed and intended for this purpose.

Related Files:
~uavsetup.exe
FMTR.sys
Uninstall BestsellerAntivirus.lnk
BestsellerAntivirus.lnk
BestsellerAntivirus

Download Free Scan
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2 Responses

  1. donald adams says:

    Until I found SpyZooka, I couldn’t get rid of Bestsellerantivirus on Microsoft Internet explorer. I click “cancel” or try to close it out using the “Red X” and it was still there.
    . The only way to get rid of it was to “log off”. When I come back on to Yahoo E-mail, It does the same thing. But now I know it is gone forever.

  2. Paul Campbell says:

    Somehow my desktop was infected with numerous trojans and self replicating viruses. I was getting a pop-up that says IE security alert and it listed bestsellerantivirus software as a fix. On my desktop I keep getting live help center as well as security center help icons and when I delete the icons they automatically re-appear on my desktop. I was trying to resolve this by myself, and I started asking people how to remove it. Someone suggest me to try SpyZooka, because is the best. I wasn’t so sure, but I gave it a chance. Now the virus is gone forever and I will tell everybody about SpyZooka.

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