AntiMalware 2009 is not much different than other recent frauds, but it uses very convincing tactics to make sure that victims give their money for scammers. Anti Malware 2009 pretends to be anti-spyware application. The worst thing about this infection is its name: there’s very popular security tool named Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware; apparently creators of AntiMalware 2009 decided to attract customers by using almost identical title. Do not take Anti Malware 2009 as Anti-Malware from Malwarebyte company!
AntiMalware2009 has to be downloaded manually. It is promoted on various fraudulent websites (i.e. online-antivirus.net, scanner-protection.com) that load fake infection warnings and offer AntiMalware 2009 as it was magical cure. If user agrees to download the rogue application, he is attacked by more pop-ups that urge to buy the full version.
Anti-Malware 2009 uses all kinds of intimidating tactics to push people into paying the money for deleting non-existent threats. It mimics computer scan, it displays infection alerts and it even hijacks Internet Explorer’s homepage. AntiMalware 2009 slows down computer’s performance as well. Do not purchase this fraudulent product and remove it as soon as possible.
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