AVG has been found to be a part of rogue antispyware name. The rogue antispyware has been developed using existing rogue antispyware products: Antiviris7, Antivirus8, Antivir.
In the meantime, AVG is known to be a legitimate software and was not created to malicious purpose or spread in tricky manner, e.g. by trojans. This article warns you about ROGUE AVG Antivirus 2011. Its identification screenshot is available here: http://hands-oncorp.com/wp-content//avg-antivirus-2011.jpg
Once installed, the adware may state it is not original. It often says its users they are dealing with security tool counterfeiting and because of that their PCs will not be served as due. As you see, the idea is to make users think that their computer systems have recognized the copy of AVG Antivirus 2011 as counterfeited and then invite to get original one.
The above approach seems to be on its trial stage so that it is not applied in every instance of the adware installation.
“Warning! Identity theft attempt detected!”
“Warning! New Virus Detected”
“Warning! Active Virus Detected”
Program window of the adware is typically displayed after several dozens of alerts like those explained above, which origin is not quite clear for average user. The program window or graphic user’s interface (GUI) of the misleading antivirus declares three main features to be provided: antivirus protection, antispyware protection and resident shield. Needless to say, there is no reason to expect any of the features to work.
The GUI displayed on a particular PC clearly indicates that it is infected and betrays the infection name. If any adware detection problems bother you, open second or third urls specified below to get detailed AVG Antivirus 2011 removal explanation.