You Need a Remedy for Remedy Antispy
There is one thing that I would like to make clear. Remedy Antispy is of no use on any level for you. This is a rogue security program. It pretends to be an antispyware program, but it’s not.
While it’s true that it does have an antispyware program as part of the software, it’s not worth keeping. It’s a bare framework of an antispyware program. Remedy Antispy has a scarce number of definitions in its library, and it doesn’t get any new ones. It certainly isn’t worth the price you pay.
First of all, you have to get infected by its spyware before you can buy Remedy Antispy. Once you get to the sales page, you’ll see that it’s far more expensive than most legitimate antispyware software. If it costs twice as much in most cases, and it protects from far less spyware, why would you buy it?
That is, of course, assuming that the asking price is all that they take. Let’s not forget that this is a corrupt program, so it’s used by corrupt people. Do you really want an unscrupulous individual to have your credit card information?
Again, this whole scheme starts with a spyware infection. You actually get multiple infections with Remedy Antispy. It starts with a Trojan downloader, which sends the rest of the infection to your computer.
The next spyware you get is a pop up window with scanning capabilities. It scans your temporary files and calls them “infected.” Normal spyware infections will send this information to a remote server. It may do this, but the main purpose of it is to make you think you have a massive infection. It wants to scare you.
After the scan is complete, it will redirect your browser to a Remedy Antispy sales page. It has several of them up, because it keeps getting banned by real antivirus software. This redirection is a product of a browser hijacking, compliments of more spyware.
Now that it has you at the sales page, Remedy Antispy will say that you need to download it, and asks you “yes” or “no.” Of course, it’s not going to take “no” for an answer. It won’t let you leave the page either.
As I said before, buying Remedy Antispy is a bad idea. It opens you up to a rip off, and maybe identity theft. You will be left minus more money than you needed to pay, and with a junk program and a continued spyware infection.
At this point, it’s better to close your browser than to buy Remedy Antispy. You may have to manhandle it with ctrl-alt-delete, or you may even have to shut down your computer. It will, of course, restart the program once you reboot, but at least you’ve bought some time—enough time to get a real antispyware program.
I strongly suggest you get ZookaWare PC Cleaner at this time. First of all, in terms of sheer money, it costs about half of what you would be getting ripped off for by Remedy Antispy. We’re also the only company that offers a 100% removal guarantee. That’s because we’re the only ones who can back it.