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eAntivirus Pro is attempting to improve its authenticity by insisting its Vista and XP service pack 3 compatible. The scareware features a very professional layout that can be easily mistaken as the site of a legitimate security vendor -- which it isn't.
Antivirus XP was once the most heavily abused scarewe brand name, until it achieved a lot of negative publicity prompting its authors to re-brand it.??The scareware site features non-clickable links to to technology sites and technology partners that are definitely unaware of its existence.
Using a standard template, it attempts to brandjack legitimate Windows Antivirus brand