AntivirusTrigger is a rogue security program that displays incessant security alert warnings to the user, in an effort to get them to buy a useless product. AntivirusTrigger offers to scan the user’s computer for threats, then displays erroneous results that are made up. The user is informed that in order to remove these threats, they must purchase the full product. AntivirusTrigger may place additional malware on your computer, and should be removed immediately once detected. System files may be modified, your computer may become unstable, and private information can be collected such as personal passwords and credit card numbers. AntivirusTrigger may be placed on your PC from downloading the free scan offered, or in numerous other ways such as files you may download, shared networks, and spam emails.
Antivirus Trigger 2.1
To remove AntivirusTrigger manually, you must kill all associated running processes. You must then detect and delete all related files and values located in the Windows registry and other various locations of your PC. Manual removal is not advised due to risk of damage to your computer. To remove AntivirusTrigger automatically, it is suggested that you use a reputable antispyware tool such as Spyzooka, which is intended for this purpose.
Cyberlab runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select Cyberlab and click Uninstall.