Thursday, September 25, 2008

Get rid of AntiMalwarePro - manual removal instructions

AntiMalwarePro (AntiMalware Pro) was derived from such notorious though rather new fake malware removers as XP Protector 2009 and eAntivirusPro. This rogue utilizes the same with XP Protector 2009 and eAntivirusPro scheme of propagation starting either from comments posted at various forums by the rascals or from pop-ups at certain web-pages. In the former case, the comments include a reference to web-site with the name comprising as its part words like Google or MSN. These sites, certainly, has no relation to or authorization of Google and MSN or Mr. President). Nevertheless, it is a good warranty for users that the sites are at least harmless; in reality, though, visiting such sites users after various trickery are redirected to the purchase form of AntiMalwarePro and get the trial of this rogue installed secretly. The nearly same scheme is applicable also for latter case.
AntiMalwarePro (AntiMalware Pro) removal is strongly recommended for those taking care of their machines. If infected, do not be long in approving the decision to get rid of AntiMalwarePro, because it may become be too late too fast. Click the link below to scan your PC free of charge using Spwyare Doctor and then remove AntiMalwarePro with related threats in a fast and safe mode

AntiMalwarePro (AntiMalware Pro) screenshot:

AntiMalwarePro (AntiMalware Pro) automatical remover:
AntiMalwarePro (AntiMalware Pro) manual removal instructions:
Delete AntiMalwarePro (AntiMalware Pro) files:


Delete AntiMalwarePro (AntiMalware Pro) registry entires:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Antimalware PRO_is1
Antimalware Pro

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

WARNING. Do not download or purchase AntiMalwarePro. It`s non functional. Request for refund falls on deaf ears. I purchased the product recently through Plimus. It`s a fake. Sent many e-mail to their (supposed) support site. No reply. Tried to contact Plimus; they couldn`t find find the order #. Surprised that Plimus would be involved in a scam.