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Removing Malicious Anti-malware Applications

Posted by cotojo on March 17, 2008

There are many malicious fake anti-malware applications.

Frequently this rogue software uses intentional false positives to convince the user that their system has been compromised and then demands money to remove these false threats. In extreme cases the false threats are actually the very trojans that advertise or even directly install the rogue program.

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4 Responses to “Removing Malicious Anti-malware Applications”

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  3. cotojo said

    Tammy – You did the right thing Babe, AVG gives you the option to Heal or Quarantine any virus it finds, the safest option being to quarantine it so that it is safely locked in the Virus Vault 🙂
    Maybe I should have a blond day LOL
    Take care Sweetie,

  4. Tammy said

    Hey Babe,

    AVG found a trojan today and I put it in the vault. Was that right?

    Having yet another blond day,


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