Computer infections are transferred in different ways. One way of spreading rogueware applications is via compromised web pages and malicious links. Another is via infected downloads which have trustworthy name but, in fact, contain viruses. Using these ways of spreading malware is also transferred one of the creation of cyber criminals. Antimalware Pro can penetrate into your system without your knowledge and after that it will start trying to trick you into spending money on this fake tool.
Antimalware Pro is reported to be a security tool which imitates a reliable and effective AV application. It displays the same warnings and scan results as a reliable anti-malware application. However, here is the small trick it uses – neither the warnings, nor the scans include accurate and real information. Although the error messages claim there are many system problems and the scan results confirm that you have to remove the infected files as soon as possible, you have to remember that this information is shown only to beguile you into paying for the fake tool. The compromised files do not exist or are created by the intruder itself.
Antimalware Pro is unable to detect real threats or infections, as well as it cannot fix your machine if needed. The only thing it wants is to scare you into thinking you have to fix your system. Nevertheless, you have to remove the attacker as soon as possible. Otherwise it can cause slow computer work and redirect you to malicious web pages. Not only that, but it can even make it possible for other infections to enter your system. To avoid these serious consequences, you have to replace Antimalware Pro with a genuine security tool.