Rogue Antivirus: “AntiMalware” (removal guide)
AntiMalware is a malicious antivirus application clone of rogue Active Security and CoreGuard Antivirus 2009, involving all annoying features of any rogue. This program starts fake scans of the computer, and then the attack of computer users begins. The apparent signs of AntiMalware presence on your machine will include the following: general PC slowdown, multiple popup ads and unwanted scanners, disabling Task Manager and System Restore and occasionally Safe Mode; not to mention browser hijacking which leads to web-surfing redirections to insecure websites. But beware! This is a trap only for inexperienced users! AntiMalware can’t suggest anything helpful for you.
Once installed, AntiMalware enters the System Registry and adds some entries of its own; the same manipulations are performed with system files directories. As a result, AntiMalware will keep launching at startup so be sure it will greatly affect your computer usage.
That fake antispyware program will creates a series of harmless files on your computer with the following names:
Some examples of the alerts you may see are:
User’s activity loggers detected!
It’s strongly recommended to remove detected threats right now!
Most of the viruses and worms on your PC because of visiting pornosites or warez/torrent sites.
ANTIVIRUS IS RUN IN DEMO MODE. ACTIVATE YOUR ANTIVIRUS OTHERWISE ALL THE DATA WILL BE LOST OR DAMAGED!
DANGEROUS! ANTIVIRUS DETECTED SOME HARMFUL PROGRAMS ON YOUR PC! THEY MAY CORRUPT YOUR INFORMATION OR SEND IT TO HACKERS.
PLEASE, OPTIMIZE YOUR PC. IT RUN ONLY 10%.
Do not buy this program! If it is on your pc already, you should immediately remove this nasty rogueware as it greatly jeopardizes any computer it infects.
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AntiMalware automatical remover:
As you might have foreseen, AntiMalware is not a lonely walker in the empty space. In contrary, it has multiple ties with other rogues so that complex malware removal is the best way to get rid of AntiMalware. In addition, if you remove AntiMalware automatically, you get life-time protection from malware aggression.
AntiMalware manual removal guide:
Delete AntiMalware files:%ProgramFiles%\AntiMalware\amext.dll
Delete AntiMalware registry entries:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AntiMalware