AV Guard Online reports infections
in places that are hidden by default as these are
locations to store critical system files. Since the
program is a mock of genuine security tool, there
are no genuine detections among those so called infections.
However, there might be real locations where quite
safe files are stored, but the malicious program deliberately
assigns scary names to them.
The names assigned by the adware are infection names
that have been elaborated by real malware experts
and are used in the course of real scan. The hackers
masterminding the bad imitation have not invented
original names for their detections and use infection
names extracted from several databases.
The expected by hackers outcome of the trickery is
activation of the program. This is not to be done
under any circumstances, for activation of the adware
does not only waste your money into useless product,
but enables the malware to update itself and draw
special attention of hackers to the computer system.