Additional Guard sounds like the kind of program, which you might use just to make absolutely sure that your cyber security can not be compromised. Well, if you thought that – surprise! Additional Guard is no more than a fake security program, which uses illicit methods both to spread and to sell. This parasite is a clone of Windows System Defender, and is every which way identical to it’s predecessor: it uses trojans to enter the system, and relies on misleading information to trick users into purchasing it’s “full version”.
Once inside, Additional Guard will try to fool you by displaying annoying popups, which claim your system is infected, and urge you to protect your system using this program in particular. Then there’s the absolute classic, which is the fake system scan. This thing seems honest enough, and has a status bar – what more does an antivirus need? Rhetorical though that question may be, i would like to answer it anyway; what a decent antivirus needs – besides a status bar – is the ability to detect parasites,- something that is clearly not the greatest part of Additional Guard.
In a nutshell, Additional Guard is like paying money to get screwed over – do NOT trust it, and dispose of it as soon as possible.
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