Antivirus Monitor


Antivirus Monitor is a rogue antispyware program that secretly infiltrates into computer and pretends being a security tool. The program uses Trojan viruses to get inside and once there imitates performing system scan and other actions that are usually performed by a security tool. While installing Antivirus Monitor, the Trojan also creates tons of harmless and useless files which are later used when displaying the scan results of Antivirus Monitor.

Once Antivirus Monitor is inside the system, it starts running system scanner and reports about supposedly detected files there. Antivirus Monitor asks to make a payment for its license before it removed all infections. In fact the program wants to make you purchase the program just because it wants to gain some money. It’s one of the easiest ways to make computer user purchase something when he is convinced that his system and private details might be at risk.

Even more, Antivirus Monitor regularly displays fake pop up ads and security notifications that warn about system infections and claim they may be harmful for your private details.

If you noticed any activity of Antivirus Monitor on your system you should immediately get rid of it. In case you have made a payment for Antivirus Monitor, contact your credit card company and dispute the charges as soon as possible. Them eliminate Antivirus Monitor with a reputable antispyware program or manually stopping and removing all its processes and files.

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