How To Remove Windows Antispy Network Virus – Virus Removal



Windows Antispy Network Virus is a 100% fake antivirus, computer safety and optimization software program. It is an internet financial fraud intended to trick computer users into paying for an antivirus software program that is not real. Windows Antispy Network is not legitimate and is not a real Microsoft antivirus program. It uses fake virus alerts, fake computer scans and fake scan results to confuse and deceive computer users into believing that their computer has problems. Removal instructions are at the bottom of the article.

Windows Antispy Network Virus Screenshot
Windows Antispy Network Virus Screenshot

The Windows Antispy Network Virus launches each time Windows begins. The fake interface, in the screenshot above, will appear. It will display fake alerts and urges you to purchase the full version of the fake antivirus program. This is a scam tactic to make users with infected computers believe that the fake program is real and must be purchased to remove the viruses and other problems it discovered.

Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Pop Up Warning
Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Pop Up Warning



Windows Antispy Network infects your computer as a trojan obtained by browsing the internet without proper web security. A fake “Microsoft Security Essentials” alert pop up will appear on your computer screen, warning you of a computer virus infection. It will ask you to click on the “clean computer” button shown in the screenshot above. DO NOT click “clean computer”. If you click “clean computer”, you will automatically download Windows Antispy Network.


Once Windows Antispy Network is installed it will perform well choreographed fake scans along with fake scan results so that you will believe that you computer is malfunctioning due to various infections. Windows Antispy Network then lets users know that it can fix all of the infections its found. Of course Windows Antispy Network is the real problem.



A fake “Microsoft Security Essentials” alert pop up will appear on your computer screen, warning you of a computer virus infection. It will ask you to click on the “clean computer” button shown in the screenshot above.



Windows Antispy Network will ask that you purchase the full version so that it can fix the virus infections it falsely claims to have discovered. It will constantly annoy computer users with pop ups and alerts. Under no circumstances should you purchase Windows Antispy Network. It is a financial scam and wants to steal your money and steal your personal identity information.


Windows Antispy Network Virus is a very serious computer fraud. If you have seen the screenshot of the interface from above, then your computer is certainly infected with the Windows Antispy Network Virus. Windows Antispy Network will remove all of your important files, music, videos and photos unless you remove it from your computer. We have noticed many of these types of viruses spread throughout the internet on torrent websites, free software websites and other malicious websites. Computer users should always be wary when browsing the internet.


We have found some success in removing Windows Antispy Network by following our recommended procedure below. Please be very patient while attempting to remove this virus from your computer. You will get it removed with our recommended procedure.

How to remove the Windows Antispy Network Virus

Virus Lab Recommended Procedure
Removal success rating: 97.3% with

1. Click the yellow button above. (keep clicking until the download starts)
2. Download and run the .exe file.
3. Install and perform the free virus scan.


Having trouble?
Unable to get the free-virus-scanner.exe to open or run?
Unable to save the free-virus-scanner.exe to your computer?
Unable to access the internet on your infected computer?
Unable to download the free-virus-scanner.exe when you click the yellow button?

If the installation file is not downloading and you have tried all of the above steps then please Click Here for the Advanced Virus Removal Page.

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