Antiviral Factory 2013



Antiviral Factory 2013 is a fake anti-virus program from the Rogue.WinWebSec family. It is spread by many techniques including, trojan pop-up ads on websites that claim to be a required video player that is needed to view video content. Once installed, it configures your computer to start Antiviral Factory 2013 each time you log into your Windows account. After it starts, it performs a fake malware scan and then displays fabricated security threats. It offers to remove the detected threats only if you register it by purchasing a license. It's threats are artificial and should be ignored. And it should not be purchased under any circumstances.

You can register Antiviral Factory 2013 by utilizing one of the registration codes below. Entering the registration code will not remove the rogue anti-virus from your computer, but it will slow down the pop ups from the program.

Antiviral Factory 2013 Registration Codes: AA39754E-715219CE or 1147-175591-6550


How to remove Antiviral Factory 2013 from your computer.


  1. First, restart your computer into “Safe Mode with Networking”.













  1. Next, once you’ve logged into your Windows account, download the files listed below to an easily accessible location on your computer. Those utilities include:
  1. Next, execute the copy of “rKill” to terminate any malicious programs running in your computer’s memory.
  2. Once “rKill” completes execute the copy of the “Temp File Cleaner”. It will remove all of your temporary files.
  3. Next,  extract the copy of “Emsisoft Emergency Kit” by clicking on it’s executable. Make sure to extract it to an easily accessible location on your hard drive.
  4. Next, once the kit has been decompressed, execute it by clicking on “Start.exe” in it’s containing folder.
















  1. After the kit opens, click on “Emergency Kit Scanner”.

















  1. Next, click on “Update Now” to update the Emergency Kit’s definition files.

















  1. After the definition files have been completed, perform a deep scan of your computer.


















  1. Once the Emergency Kit has completed it’s scan, quarantine any malicious files that it finds on your computer.
  2. Next, restart your computer normally.


At this point your computer should be clear of the infection. But if the infection still remains, utilize one of our alternate removal guides to resolve your situation such as our Ice Cyber Crime Center Ransomware removal guide.


Files associated with Antiviral Factory 2013:

%commonappdata%\<random

%commonappdata%\<random>\<random>.exe

%commonappdata%\<random>\<random>.ico

%programs%\Antiviral Factory 2013

%programs%\Antiviral Factory 2013\Antiviral Factory 2013.lnk

%programs%\Antiviral Factory 2013\Antiviral Factory 2013 Support Site.lnk

%programs%\Antiviral Factory 2013\Uninstall.lnk

%desktop%\Antiviral Factory 2013.lnk


Smith Technical Resources makes no guarantees or claims that the information contained in this article will help you completely remove the above listed malicious program(s) from your computer.  There are several variations of each particular virus in the wild . And the procedure listed above may not be adequate for the specific version of the virus that your computer has been compromised by.

If you feel uncomfortable performing any of the procedures that we've listed on this page, please contact a professional computer repair company in your area and have them complete the needed repairs on your computer. Smith Technical Resources takes no responsibility for any possible damage that could result from your use of the above instructions.


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