Vista Home Security 2013 – Virus Removal Instructions

Vista Home Security 2013 is a dangerous type of scareware. It is a member of the Braviax virus family. Braviax viruses primarily rely on tactics that make the user alarmed that their computer is infected with multiple viruses. The Vista Home Security 2013 virus will detect infections that are not actually on the system and offer to remove them only after the user has registered the software. Removal instructions are at the end of the article.

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Vista Home Security 2013 Virus
Vista Home Security 2013

The truth of the software though is that, even if the user activates Vista Home Security 2013, the computer will still be infected with a virus. It is important to try and remove Vista Home Security 2013 as soon as possible. There are many security risks that are posed by the virus. The most severe risk faced is the risk of identity theft.

Identity theft occurs from this virus when the user activates the software. The virus will collect their payment information and then send it to someone else who may use it for their own needs. This can cause a person to not only lose large amounts of personal data but also ruin their credit rating.

A computer can become infected with Vista Home Security 2013 in a variety of ways. One of the most prevalent causes of infection is the user downloading something from an unsafe source and the virus being bundled into the download. You should always try to verify the integrity of websites that you download things from. You should also be very careful when checking your email. You want to make sure that you never open attachments from unknown sources.

If you follow the removal instructions below, Vista Home Security 2013 will be deleted.

One of the largest problems with dealing with Vista Home Security 2013 and the Braviax virus as a whole is that the program doesn’t immediately appear to be a virus. The virus appears as though it is a natural Windows security system and that your computer is actually infected with a large amount of viruses.

In addition to the false virus scans, the computer that is infected will start to act as though it has a virus, which is caused by Vista Home Security 2013. This ultimately leads to the person being convinced that the program isn’t lying and that the only way that the viruses will go away is if they pay for the software.

Even if the user activates the software, the Vista Home Security 2013 virus doesn’t go away. The only thing that changes is that there are fewer notifications from the virus and that your information has been compromised. It is for these reasons that it is important the Vista Home Security 2013 virus be removed as soon as possible.

Uninstall Vista Home Security 2013 from your computer using a professional virus removal program. We use Spyhunter in our virus removal instructions because we know it works in removing viruses. We tested removing Vista Home Security 2013 using Spyhunter and it worked each time. Spyhunter will scan your PC, locate Vista Home Security 2013 and permanently remove it.

The removal instructions we have provided below have been tested in our virus lab and verified as able to remove Vista Home Security 2013. If you follow the removal instructions below, Vista Home Security 2013 will be deleted.

Vista Home Security 2013

Virus Removal Instructions

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The virus removal instructions we have outlined below has been proven remove the Vista Home Security 2013 Virus. You must be on the infected computer when performing these steps.

1 To begin, go ahead and reboot the infected computer. If the infected computer is turned off, go ahead and turn it on.

2 Immediately as the computer begins to boot, press F8 many times. Pressing F8 allows you to access the Advanced Options Menu.

3 Once you are in the Advanced Options Menu, use your arrow keys and select the Safe Mode with Networking option. Press enter when you have selected that option.

Safe Mode with Networking

4 Windows will now boot into Safe Mode with Networking. Safe Mode with Networking will allow you to remove Vista Home Security 2013 which it would not allow when Windows was in normal mode.

5Now that the virus is not running it is time to begin removal. On your keyboard, click and hold the Windows key, then press the R key. See keyboard diagram below.


6 After you have pressed the Windows and R key, the Windows Run Box will open. Type exactly the following into the run box and click OK:

iexplore //

Windows Run Remove Vista 2013 Virus

After clicking OK, your computer will connect to the internet and download our recommended virus removal program called Spyhunter.

7 When you see the Spyhunter download box, click the Run button. The picture of the download box is below. After you click the “Run” button, Spyhunter will launch. If your computer asks if you are sure you want to run Spyhunter, click OK. The Spyhunter installation will begin. After fully installing Spyhunter the virus scan will automatically begin.

Spyhunter Download Box Click Run

8 After Spyhunter has scanned your computer you will see the virus contained in the scan results. Simply click “Fix Threats” to remove the Vista Home Security 2013 virus.

9 After you click “Fix Threats” you are going to need to register Spyhunter to remove Vista Home Security 2013. Please register Spyhunter and the virus will be removed.

Registering Spyhunter offers superior benefits including real-time constant protection against any potential threats. Spyhunter will detect and remove any future threats that may occur including viruses, spyware, trojans, registry infections and more. It is a great all-in-one solution for your computer security needs and that is why we recommend it.

10 After you have registered Spyhunter, and the virus was removed, you can safely reboot into Normal Mode. Vista Home Security 2013 will be completely gone.

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