AntiMalware is a rogue anti-spyware that has ability to come to the compromised computer unexpectedly and take over the whole its system. AntiMalware hails from the same group of hackers who created other rogues, such as PC Scout or Active Security, so there is no doubt that it will promote itself as a reputable program, which is worth being purchased. However, this rogue uses the name of other security program which is called Malwarebytes’ Antimalware, so don’t mix it. AntiMalware is not effective when talking about security issues and you have the only option when you find this parasite in your PC – to remove it as soon as possible.
Once installed, AntiMalware enables anti-virus programs that finds in the computer with a reason not to be detected. It starts when Windows boots up and runs fake system scan at once. Don’t be fooled by those fake security notifications, claiming that hundreds of infections are detected because they all are false. Though the names of cyber threats are real, for example Virus.Win32.Gpcode.ak, Email-Worm.Win32.NetSky.q, Net-Worm.Win32.Mytob.t, Net-Worm.Win32.DipNet.d, in reality they are reported only trying to scare you. After AntiMalware falsely reports you about hundreds of Trojans found, purchasing the “full” its version is usually offered. Keep in mind, that AntiMalware is a cyber threat which will ruin the whole infected system. Don’t buy this rogue and get rid of all the files connected to AntiMalware without wasting your time. Delete AntiMalware using the removal guide wrtitten below.

Tags: ,

One Response to “AntiMalware”

  1. […] is created by the same scammers who should be blamed for releasing such rogues as AntiAID or AntiMalware and belongs to dangerous Winisoft. It seeks only to make you think that your PC is infected and […]