Here are some simple techniques that you can use to fix your new antivirus problem. Malware or malware applications are forms of online scams that use malware to trick users into revealing financial and social information or pay for fake products. As the name suggests, these fraudulent programs are classified as “bad” on the Internet and show up with a simple search on the Internet and social networks.
Security malware is a type of malware and internet scams that make users believe their computer is infected and make them pay for a bogus malware removal tool that actually installs malware on your computer. It is a form of intimidating fear manipulation software and a form of ransomware.  Rogue security software has been a major security threat to desktop computers since 2008.  The first two examples of shame were BraveSentry and SpySheriff.
What Is Rogue AntiVirus?
In a nutshell, when we and other security researchers refer to Rogue AV, we are referring to an Internet scam that involves displaying an official web page informing the user that a virus has been detected on their computer. The web page frequently scans the local computer and often reports multiple infections detected. The website, report and everything about this scam is a scam.
Millions of users have been tricked into installing malware, also knownlike malware into their systems so that cybercriminals can steal money and other personal information. This is how the attack works:
Methods Of Protection
Unauthorized virus infection does not harm the victim’s computer, but cybercriminals use these programs to extort money from inexperienced users. A compelling user interface, a few alarming infestation reports, and offers to buy a “product” can easily convince someone to part with their money. If you can remember a few simple rules, then you need to make sure you don’t pay for a bogus program.
If you find an unknown antivirus on your computer, check if the vendor has an official website and technical support. If not, then this is definitely an unauthorized antivirus.
Legitimate anti-malware programs never scan a computer first and then ask for money to activate it. You never have to pay for a product that does this: install a real antivirus solution developed by a well-known antivirus company, and use it to scan and clean your computer.
You should only click on messages from a legitimate antivirus solution installed on your computer. Ignore messages warning you of an infection that accidentally appears while surfing the Internet. Do not click on pop-ups, even if they are not blocked by browser security or other security solutions. If you follow these simple rules, 99% of the time, an unauthorized antivirus solution will not be able to infiltrate your computer.