How to remove iLivid (Virus Removal Guide)

Sean Doyle

Sean Doyle is an engineer from Los Angeles, California. Primary focuses include internet security and web spam. Google+

3 Responses

  1. Gordon says:

    On the iLivid site its certified by McAfee doesn’t that mean the malware are from other developer

    • Sean Doyle says:

      The certification means the website does not contain malicious links… It’s really a pointless certification primarily utilized by suspicious websites with bad reputations. A good website with good software has no reason to display such a certification. The use of the McAfee certification can be defined as social engineering as it is meant to confuse unsuspecting computer users. The certification does not certify the software, only the website.

      Ilivid is not something you want on your computer system for reasons concerning the invasion of privacy and relations to third-party malware. Cyber crimes relating to Ilivid include credit theft, extortion, and identity theft. Furthermore users will receive excessive email spam, junk mail, and even telephone calls from telemarketers due to the allowed permissions set in place by Ilivid and third-party items. This can be defined as entrapment.

  2. Teddy says:


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