Detect and Destroy AntiMalware 2009 with Spyzooka
While the Internet has opened so many doors to valuable information, the door has also remained open to harmful software without a good antispyware program like Spyzooka. One of the newest forms of malware calls itself AntiMalware 2009. This malware comes from the same family as hard-to-crack rogue anti-spyware like XP Protector 2009 and eantivirusPro. The good news is you have a guide to tell if you are infected with this parasitic program, the tell-tale symptoms, and how to remove and prevent further infections.
The chances are that at one point in time, someone clicked on a pop-up or ad telling you that your computer is infected. Whether you bought the program or not, you may have noticed that it scanned your computer in a matter of seconds, detecting a load of threats. The program will continue to warn you on a regular basis that you are at risk, inundating you with pop-up after pop-up. All you have to do to make it all go away is download their software for the low, low price of $49.95, so that they can install cutting-edge spyware on your computer in the guise of an anti-malware program! What a deal, right?
You may well find that you unknowingly downloaded the program yourself though a Trojan Zlob or other sneaky methods, which will come in through a back door undetected. The attacker will then be able to have remote control access to your machine.
While you are being regaled with scare tactics urging you to purchase, you may find that your computer’s home page has now changed. You may even have the added bonus of components and toolbars that you never downloaded! In the meantime, this “anti-malware” program will hijack your Internet Explorer and prevent you from gaining access to harmless websites, claiming that they are infected with nonexistent malware. This is true in a way, but little does the user know the malware is the “anti-malware.” And while it’s doing all this, the program will be running in the background, taking up valuable space and slowing everything down.
For many rogue anti-spyware programs, manual removal is easy. Not so with this one. You can find plenty of lengthy instructions to remove it, but it’s difficult, and you run the risk of destroying your computer. However, you are taking the risk of not detecting well-hidden files that are constantly updating your files.
The alternative to removing AntiMalware 2009, is to go with a reputable and reliable antispyware program to do the job for you. Spyzooka can thoroughly detect vicious malware, spyware, trojans, rootkits, worms, hijackers, rogue antispyware, adware, and other related threats. It has a guarantee that surpasses all other anti-spyware programs—it will remove 100% of threats, with no repeat offenders. If they don’t automatically detect and remove the malware with their scan, the Spyzooka team will work on it all day, and send you an update in 24 hours that will clear your computer of all its problems.