Antivirus Antimalware 2011

Antivirus Antimalware 2011 Description

Antivirus Antimalware 2011 is the name of a variant of a widespread rogue security program. Clones of this rogue security program will often manifest themselves with very small variants of this very generic security-related name. Typical clones of Antivirus Antimalware 2011 include Antivirus 2011 and Antimalware 2011. According to ESG malware researchers, Antivirus Antimalware 2011 is not a real security program, but actually a malware threat that impersonates a genuine anti-malware utility. Rogue security programs like Antivirus Antimalware 2011 do this to steal your money. Don't become a victim of Antivirus Antimalware 2011; ESG team of security researchers strongly recommends that you remove Antivirus Antimalware 2011 immediately with a real anti-virus or anti-malware utility.
 

How Antivirus Antimalware 2011 Scam Works

There are several steps to Antivirus Antimalware 2011 scam. First, this rogue security program will enter on your computer by a Trojan. Typical Trojans that are associated with Antivirus Antimalware 2011 include Zlob Trojan or Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan. Once Antivirus Antimalware 2011 rogue security application is installed on your computer, Antivirus Antimalware 2011 will make several damaging changes to the Windows Registry and system settings. These changes have several harmful effects on a computer system:

  • They allow Antivirus Antimalware 2011 to load up at start-up, before the computer user can gain access to other applications or Windows' desktop.
  • They allow Antivirus Antimalware 2011 to replace the launching of executable files, including genuine anti-malware programs, with an error message claiming that a virus was detected in the affected file.
  • They allow Antivirus Antimalware 2011 to display constant security alerts and pop-up notifications from the task bar.

Antivirus Antimalware 2011 can also change your Internet browser settings to allow it to redirect your online activity and replace searches with links to dangerous websites. Once Antivirus Antimalware 2011 has managed to spread Antivirus Antimalware 2011's tendrils into every corner of your computer system, Antivirus Antimalware 2011 will constantly push you to enter your credit card information to solve the very problems Antivirus Antimalware 2011 is causing. Remember, Antivirus Antimalware 2011 is not a real security program; do not give Antivirus Antimalware 2011 your money.
 

Getting Antivirus Antimalware 2011 Out of Your Computer

Our ESG malware researchers strongly recommend immediate removal of Antivirus Antimalware 2011 from an infected computer system. To accomplish this, ESG team of security researchers recommend using a legitimate anti-malware program. If you have entered your credit card information into Antivirus Antimalware 2011's interface, or into any of the unsafe websites Antivirus Antimalware 2011 redirects you to, call your credit card company to block these fraudulent charges to your credit card.

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