AntiMalware GO virus. How to get rid of AntiMalware GO fake anti-spyware program

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AntiMalware GO stands for another brand new application elaborated by cyber frauds to gain money from unwary users. This junkware applies all sorts of tricks to attract people into buying the full version which, by the way, is totally as useless as the trial one. Therefore, if you ever face AntiMalware GO on your PC, bear in mind that there can be several reasons for that. Also remember that in fact you never installed it.

AntiMalware GO virus
AntiMalware GO virus

AntiMalware GO is normally installed to machines because users click on certain link somewhere on the web which is loaded with some particular trojan spreading the junkeware. In addition, the cyber criminal tend to use unfair SEO and social engineering networks for bringing their malicious code inside of attacked systems. It should be mentioned that AntiMalware GO is a direct clone of the AntiVira Av fake anti-malware which has been causing major turmoil in the Internet network over the latest period of time. It goes without saying that these two programs look like twins and even apply the same advertising methods that are totally unfair. The most distinctive sign of AntiMalware GO’s availability on your system is the malicious advertising campaign running inside your PC. You will be really annoyed due to facing lots of ads and scan reports originated by this spyware. It’s important to understand that these are just false positives that have nothing to do with the real status of your PC. This is a part of the scam approaches trying to frighten you and make you believe you have many viruses threatening your personal information security and the integrity of your system. Needless to say, every single time you click the fake detection warnings from AntiMalware GO you will just keep being rerouted to a web page advising you register your copy of AntiMalware GO for supposedly “powerful pc protection”. What a nonsense indeed! Do not ever trust AntiMalware GO and never follow its tricks if you care about your computer’s security. Instead, remove this hazardous junkware at once.

This newsletter is designed to assist you in removal of AntiMalware GO from your workstation. The below-mentioned guidelines include the instructions of both automatic and manual removal of this junkware called AntiMalware GO. One thing we know for sure – you should not tolerate AntiMalware GO at all!

AntiMalware GO automatic remover:

1. Download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to clear (not infected) computer and install it.

2. Update the virus database.
3. Copy the entire folder “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” to your jump drive (memory stick). Normally it is located at the following path: (C:\Program Files\GridinSoft Trojan Killer). “C” stands for the system disk of your computer. The name of the system disk, however, can be marked with another letter.
4. Open your jump drive (memory stick). Find the folder “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” there. Open it , find the file under the name “trojankiller.exe” and rename it to “iexplore.exe”.
5. Move memory stick to infected PC, open “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” folder and run iexplore.exe. Optional: copy the folder “GridinSoft Trojan Killer” from your jump drive to some other folder created on your PC and run “iexplore.exe”.

AntiMalware GO manual removal guide:

Instructions on how to restore your Internet connection:

1. Start Internet Explorer and click on the Tools menu and then select Internet Options as shown in the image below:

IE cannot display the web page
IE cannot display the web page

2. Select Connections tab and now click on the Lan Settings button as shown in the image below:

3. Under the Proxy Server section uncheck the checkbox “Use a proxy server for your LAN” and press the OK button to close this screen:
LAN Settings
LAN Settings

AntiMalware GO files to be removed:
AntiMalware GO Registry entries to be removed:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random].exe”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\PhishingFilter “Enabled” = “0″
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “ProxyOverride” = “”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “ProxyServer” = “http=″
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “ProxyEnable” = “1″

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5 thoughts on “AntiMalware GO virus. How to get rid of AntiMalware GO fake anti-spyware program

  1. This trojan has mutated!

    -Internet options box collapses as soon as opened.

    -%TempDir%\[random] will not be deleted and the temp folder window will not close after trying

    -regedit window collapses as soon as opened

    -computer will not start in safe mode

    -i’d be reluctant to use it given the rogues obvious evolution since your post but just the same, your trojan killer doesn’t actually seem available for download

    Any ideas?

  2. Just to let you know too that the trojan infiltrated my system whilst visiting when clicking page 2 of the search results.

  3. I was able to clean it off of a Windows Vista PC. When you reboot your PC Press Ctrl-Alt-Del and fire up Task Manager RIGHT AFTER you log in. If you wait, the malware will block Task Manager and tell you it is infected (which it isn’t). In the Processes tab you will see a process startup with random set of characters.
    You will need to right click on it to see where it is located on your drive so that you can delete it. Once you figure out where it is you will need to kill it by pressing “End Process” you will have control of your computer again and the rogue messages will stop popping up.
    Now you will need to go to the file location and delete it. It will be a single executable file.
    I hope this gets you there!

  4. In the above post by Robobrain, I am trying to follow the instructions given, to rid my computer
    of this ANNOYING malware. I get to the Task Manager, however after clicking on the processes tab, I’m not sure what to do after that. I don’t know what you are referring to, by “Start up with random set of characters. I don’t know which item to right click on to find where the malware is located on my computer, or which item to click on before I click “End Process”. I don’t want to delete the wrong thing. So if you could please clarify your instructions, I’d be very appreciative. Thanks.

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