Windows Antibreach Module Virus – Removal Instructions
Windows Antibreach Module is a rogue computer virus that infects computers running Windows. The virus is from the Rogue.FakeVimes computer virus family, and is made to look like a real virus protection program. Windows Antibreach Module is considered to be scareware because it pretends to scan a computer and displays fake security warnings and false scan results. Windows Antibreach Module does not actually scan any of the files on a computer, and the results that the virus shows are not real threats on the computer. The only real threat is the fake antivirus program.
Windows Antibreach Module pretends to find hundreds of threats in order to make the user think that the computer is infected with serious threats to trick the user into purchasing the full version of the program. The full version of Windows Antibreach Module claims to be able to remove all of the detected threats, even though the threats don’t actually exist. The fee should never be paid because it will not help remove any viruses. The only purpose of Windows Antibreach Module is to make money for the developer when the user pays the fee. The fee should never be paid, as it leaves the users’ information vulnerable to credit card fraud and identity theft.