Antimalware Activeris is a potentially unwanted application that tries to pass for an antimalware program. However, no decent computer security application would move around with adware and potentially dangerous software. Antimalware Activeris does exactly that, because this program does not seem to have a direct download link. Although such distribution method is not illegal, users are not encouraged to trust programs that travel in packs. Therefore, if you have this application on your computer, you should seriously consider removing Antimalware Activeris from the system at once. You might also have to take care of a number of other potentially unwanted apps.
The reason we are sure you are plagued with a list of potentially unwanted application is that Antimalware Activeris usually arrives via DomalQ installers. These installers can be found in fake pop-up messages that offer users to download and install Java or Adobe Flash plug-in updates. Take note that DomalQ installer does not generate these pop-ups itself. Users encounter them on online marketing websites and other ad-supported pages. It shows that you should never click pop-ups on unfamiliar websites it may lead to adware and potentially unwanted software installation. After all, this is how Antimalware Activeris enters target computers.
Needless to say, that Antimalware Activeris is not the only program to arrive with DomalQ installer. There are usually two to four programs in a bundle, and our security research team suggests that this unwanted application often travels with Media Enhance, Re-Markit, Fortunitas and other similar adware applications from SuperWeb family.
Once Antimalware Activeris enters your PC, it injects a new registry entry that allows it to run automatically each time you turn on your computer. The program pops into action and runs a full system scan. According to our research results, Antimalware Activeris detects insignificant amount of “infections” and most of them include adware, and potential malware is comes bundled with. What is more, the application requires you to purchase the full version of the program in order to remove the aforementioned infections.
It goes without saying that you should seriously think twice before paying for Antimalware Activeris. It is highly probable that this program cannot protect you from harm. The fact that is travels with potential computer security threats only strengthens the impression that no good could ever come out of Antimalware Activeris.
Open Control Panel and remove Antimalware Activeris from your computer manually. To ensure that you have terminated all the unwanted files and processes, scan your PC with SpyHunter free scanner. If you find any malicious leftovers on your system, acquire a licensed malware detection and removal tool to take care of the remaining threats. Do all you can to protect your system from harm.
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