– Antivirus 2021 Attack Site is a new attack site for Antivirus 2021, which is a fake antivirus program. The website is used to scare users into downloading Antivirus 2021 by showing fake scanning results. It is recommended that you don’t go to the website unless you like viruses. Below is a screenshot of their website, followed by Antivirus 2021 removal help and removal help for popups from this website.

Virus Type: Rogue Security Application: Click Here To Learn More
Threat Level: 8 / 10

Generally, the scan takes place at, where the website shows fake virus scan results.

To learn how to remove Antivirus 2021, please view our official guide by clicking HERE.

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Manual Removal – Generally, popups from this type of website come as a result of a BHO (Browser Helper Object. These objects can generally be remove with HijackThis. Click Here To Learn About HijackThis. To download HijackThis, please click HERE. Please use HijackThis with caution since removing improper entries can damage your computer if they are needed. If you need assistance analyzing your hijackthis log, please post it below. This will also help other users who visit this page to locate the problem.

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2 Responses to “ – Antivirus 2021 Attack Site”

Scott December 28th, 2021 at 3:06 pm

This is caused by a simple cookie which loads and runs the site. Cookie is located in MS IE and includes the URL for
If you haven’t run their virus, simply delete the cookies to stop this behavior (Internet Options, General,Browsing History, Delete. Also a good idea to increase cookie security, accept all is not a good idea. Firefox is nice, you can make it ask you.

Neil Crab January 3rd, 2022 at 4:30 pm

The Cookie security has been disabled to Accept All Cookies and something is blocking any change when I raise the bar to Medium or Medium High or even Default. The setting is kicked back to Accept All Cookies.

What do i do?

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