I did not download the program for some reason it's there and I can't seem to get rid of it. I have already check the remove/add section and it's not there. I also download the malwarebytes and the winweb alert is still there.
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Hi, Before jumping into a conclusion that your computer is infected, please check if you have programs like Strongvault, Wajam installed. They will give you popups. If not use the following tool from McAfee to scan for suspicious files in the computer. McAfee Getsusp
Red Cross Antivirus is a rogue anti-virus program that is installed via the Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan. This rogue is installed via a fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert that states you are infected and then prompts you to install 1 of 5 rogues, including Red Cross Antivirus. When the program is installed it will reboot your computer and start before you see the Windows desktop. It will then scan your computer and state that there are numerous infected files found, but will state that it will not be able to clean some of them as it requires the heuristics module in order fix them. In order to activate this heuristic module you will need to first purchase the program. This is a scam, though, as none of the files it states are viruses are actually infected. Go to TrendMicro.com and run a free online virus scan to eliminate this rogue. Jim
I am convinced that you have a virus called "FAKE ALERT". Download and install "Malwarebytes" run the program and it should take care of the virus. After that, run Disk Check Scan from windows to repair the windows damages and correct filing system errors. GOOD LUCK!! Lucky4lynn2
If Azureus opened and started downloading something, chances are it was an automatic update for it, and not a virus. Azereus is a pretty reliable torrenting program. Anyway, what you can do is download combofix. Then boot it in safemode with networking and run combofix. It should clear off any viruses you may have and fix your problems. Also, you may want to consider changing Anti-Viruses, as AVG, while decent, isn't always that reliable.