According to S!Ri
Fake AVG Anti-Virus uses a real Antivirus solution name to mislead users.
This rogue is from the same family as Antivirus 8.
Previous Family skin was: Antivirus GT, Antivirus 7, Antivir 2010. It is not the first time this rogue takes real Antivirus names.
The Fake AVG Anti-Virus detects and display fake infections to scare users pushing them into buying a license.
Note: Like you see here, the fake AVG check for a 'empty serial' but you will never see a message for say "Activation failed! Activation code is empty!" simply because in another place, there is a code who check the lenght of the textbox and if the lenght = "0" you cant push the registration button, bug.
For register the application you can use our keygen
Or do it yourself:
It close applications like keygen, but you can unblock it and open it again.
Then, use MBAM for remove the infection, and if you have some trouble for navigate with your browser, just rename it like "firefox.exe" call it "firefox2.exe"