- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Win 7 Antimalware 2011
The phenomenon of rogue security tools is certainly not new, but the vehemence behind Win 7 Antimalware 2011 has even shocked security industry experts. This is evident by the vitriol behind Win 7 Antimalware 2011’s attacks on PCs. As with each and every rogue security product, Win 7 Antimalware 2011 is out to rid consumers of their money while offering nothing in return except an empty, worthless shell.
Win 7 Antimalware 2011 has been determined to belong to a family of rogues who make use of the same main executable called pw.exe. This is an important find as it proves Win 7 Antimalware 2011 is nothing more than a deliberate clone of various other rogue security tools. As a first point of attack Win 7 Antimalware 2011 will cascade susceptible PC owners with dramatic security notifications warning them about dire infections as being present on their PC. These notifications are in fact as fake as Win 7 Antimalware 2011 and should receive no attention.
As a further attack on the system, Win 7 Antimalware 2011 will instigate the very symptoms it warned the user against. This is in an effort to blackmail the user into paying for its worthless software by taking control of the PC. Win 7 Antimalware 2011 informs the user that the threats and infections will disappear and he will once again regain control of his PC as soon as he buys the Win 7 Antimalware 2011 license. This is also a lie and the user will be left with a false sense of security.
Do not be fooled by Win 7 Antimalware 2011, and do not become its next victim. Take the necessary steps needed to kill pw.exe and remove Win 7 Antimalware 2011 off the PC permanently. In the interest of future protection and safety against online threats, never neglect to continually update your security software with latest definitions.