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Antimalware Tool

What is Antimalware Tool?

Antimalware Tool is a bogus program promoted by Internet criminals. The program is distributed via Trojans and infects your computer while you browse the Internet. When this rogue program self-installs itself on your computer, it will perform a 'security scan' and report that your computer is in danger.

This rogue program will 'detect' many infections and ask you to purchase a license in order to remove these threats. This program is a scam, do not waste your money.

The security scan and results are fake; this program is developed in an attempt to scare you into buying a non existent 'full' version.

   
CleanThis

What is CleanThis?

CleanThis is a fake computer security scanner created by Internet criminals with the intention of tricking computer users into purchasing a license for their rogue program. This bogus software is part of a fake Microsoft Security Essentials infection.

This rogue program is distributed through Trojans, and when it infects your system, it displays a fake MSE message stating that your computer is infected with an unknown Trojan and that you need to run a scan. A fake computer security scan will then begin.

   
Windows Safe Mode

What is Windows Safe Mode?

Windows Safe Mode is a rogue computer optimizer that attempts to scare computer users into believing that their computer's hard drive has errors that could lead to potential data loss. Unbeknown to the user, the program self-installs and configures to run automatically on system start-up.

When the operating system is loaded, the main window of this rogue software appears. It will then perform a fake computer scan, reporting that your PC is in danger.

To deal  with these alleged problems, you will be asked to purchase a full version of the program. This program is a scam, useless, and designed only to steal money from your credit card.

   
E-Set Antivirus 2011

What is E-Set Antivirus 2011?

E-Set Antivirus 2011 is a rogue program that imitates a legitimate antivirus product. Internet criminals who created this bogus program hope that you will fall for their trickery and purchase a license for their fake security scanner.

You should closely look at the screenshot of this fake program - it uses a logo of AVG Antivirus and the name of a real security program, E-Set Antivirus 2011. In this way, creators of this rogue program attempt to fool people into purchasing a 'full version' of this program.

This program is derived from the same family as Fake AVG Antivirus 2011.

   
System Diagnostic

What is System Diagnostic?

System Diagnostic is a rogue system optimizer that attempts to scare computer users into believing that their computer's hardware has malfunctioned. Creators of such malware often change the name and skin of their rogue programs in order to further convince users of its validity.

This spyware is distributed via Trojans, and when it infects your PC, it will display various pop-ups reporting that there is a problem with the hardware. For example, the program might report that your hard drive has multiple errors, and to fix them, you are required to purchase a full version of System Diagnostic.

   
Antivirus Monitor

What is Antivirus Monitor?

Antivirus Monitor comes from the same family as AntiVira Av, Antivirus .NET, Antivirus Scan, and Antivirus Action. Remove this program from your PC.

These fake antivirus programs are identical and the creators only change the appearance of each interface. When you computer is infected with this bogus program, it will perform fake scans and report security warning messages. In this way, the program attempts to fool you into purchasing a ‘full’ version.

The program reports that your computer is in danger and you will be safe only when you buy the software. This program is a scam and is worthless.

Do not buy this program under any circumstances.

   
Antivirus Antispyware 2011

What is Antivirus Antispyware 2011?

Antivirus Antispyware 2011 is a rogue program distributed by Internet criminals who use misleading methods to install it on Internet users’ computers. The objective is to steal money from your bank account.

The software performs ‘security scans’ and supposedly locates infections, though these are actually bogus reports. To remove these ‘infections’, the user is asked to purchase a license.

Do not buy this program, it is a scam. If you have already bought this program, contact your credit card company and dispute the charges, explaining that you have been tricked into purchasing a fake computer security program.

This program will configure itself to run automatically on system start-up and will block your desktop and legitimate Windows programs.

   
Antimalware Go

What is Antimalware Go?

This fake program is from the same family as AntiVira Av, Antivirus .NET, Antivirus Scan, and Antivirus Action. These are fake computer scanners so be sure to remove them from your computer.

The creators of these bogus programs make the functionality similar and simply change the appearance of each. Antimalware Go is fake and when it infects your system, it will block legitimate programs from running.

It will also block your desktop and perform fake computer security scans. Antimalware Go is useless and only designed to steal money from you.

   
Internet Security Essentials

What is Internet Security Essentials?

Internet Security Essentials is a rogue anti-spyware program, which comes from a family of misleading applications called ‘Fake.Vimes’. It will report various fake infections and encourage you to purchase a fake license to eliminate these threats.

Ignore the warning messages, they are fake. Imitated security scans are run and security warning messages are displayed only to fool you.

Do not buy this program, it is a scam. You will lose your money and your PC will remain infected.

If you have already bought this fake program, you should contact your credit card company and dispute the charges. This fake scanner is distributed through infected websites.

   
AntiVira Av

What is AntiVira Av?

AntiVira Av is malicious software created by Internet criminals with the purpose of tricking computer users into purchasing a license key to remove ‘security threats’ which do not actually exist. This program generates a list of critical risk security infections and then coerces users into buying a license to remove them.

This fake program is designed to steal money from your bank account. It hijacks your Internet browser and blocks legitimate Windows applications.

This software is a scam, completely useless, and should be removed from your computer immediately.

   

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