AP Manager


AP Manager is one more rogue antispyware program that uses deceptive means for the infiltration and once inside pretends to be an antispyware program. The application uses bogus scanners to imitate the functions of a security tool. The scanner is run after each computer reboot. Once it’s done, AP Manager recommends purchasing its license so that it could remove the detected threats.

In reality, none of the detected infections are real. The program is only seeking to make you pay for its license, but neither trial nor full version of AP Manager has any functions of a legitimate antispyware program.

Moreover, AP Manager promotes itself on its official websites. If you receive this infection on your computer, it will probably hijack your internet browser so you will be redirected to the website of AP Manager every time you will try to reach some other website.

Another annoying symptom of having this infection on your system is a flood of pop up ads on your desktop, warning about spyware infiltration and recommending purchasing a full version of AP Manager.

There is only one way to stop all these terrible things. You must get rid of AP Manager from your computer. It’s either possible with a legitimate antispyware program or manually, consulting removal instructions of AP Manager provided by security experts.

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