XP Anti-Virus 2011

XP Anti-Virus 2011 is a fake security application which is designed to make money for the cyber criminals by exploiting the vulnerability of the users. Usually this software gains access to a computer secretly with the help of Trojan virus and later may assist more malicious applications to gain access to that particular system.

Once running in a computer, XP Anti-Virus 2011 will perform a fake security scan and will come up with a number of threats which according to this software has infected the system. The software will also recommend the paid version of the product as a solution of the problem. The message may look so convincing that a user unaware of its true intention may fall for the trick and purchase the software believing that the “advanced” version of the application will get rid of those threats. But the fact is, all these so called threats identified by XP Anti-Virus 2011 are nothing but hoax that are designed only to scare the users so that they buy the application to protect themselves which unfortunately is not going to do any good to their system.

Therefore, the users are advised not to give any attention to such messages provided by XP Anti-Virus 2011. Instead they should take necessary steps to clean their system from this malicious software.

This registry code can be used to disable Anti-Virus 2011:


The following links can provide more information regarding the Anti-Virus 2011 removal procedure: