Antimalware Defender


Antimalware Defender is a fake anti-spyware program that infects computers imitating Windows updates. The application uses Trojan viruses to do so. As soon as you install a so-called update and restart your computer, Antimalware Defender will totally take over your system. First of all, it will perform a system scan and report about infections that Antimalware Defender supposedly found. These infections don’t even exist. However, the program will insist removing them and ask you to pay for a full version of Antimalware Defender. Do not attempt to remove the detected files and do not pay for Antimalware Defender. This program will not remove any parasites neither give you any protection.

Antimalware Defender will also display fake security notifications claiming that your system is at risk. These alerts promote purchasing Antimalware Defender too so please ignore them just like the scan results.

Delete Antimalware Defender application as soon as possible if you were infected with this application. If you have also paid for it, immediately contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.

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