Warning! Spambot Detected!
Rogue antispyware usually comes equipped with a number of fake security notifications and some of them are more annoying than others. “Warning! Spambot detected!” is a fake security notifications that pops up into your screen every now and then when you are infected with Smart Anti-Malware Protection. Taking into consideration the fact that Smart Anti-Malware Protection is a direct clone of Malware Protection Center and Antivirus Smart Protection, you are most definitely to encounter “Warning! Spambot detect!” fake security alert while infected with the latter rogues as well.
This fake security alert behaves just like any other fake notification. It pops up into your screen without a warning and displays an impudent message:
Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot sending viruses to your e-mail contacts has been detected on your PC.
Yes, protect my PC and remove spambot now (recommended)
This message actually makes it look like you have no other choice by to click on the “Yes, protect my PC” option. However, just one glance at the poor spelling on the message is more than enough to realize that it is fake. Were you to click on it, “Warning! Spambot detected!” alert would redirect you to the rogue’s purchase page and there you would be asked to enter your credit card data, so that the creators of the rogue could access your bank account.
Close the purchase page and get rid of the “Warning! Spambot detected!” message, by entering this code into the rogue’s registration form:
However, this only stops the message from appearing, while the rogue still remains in your system. To get rid of the rogue that is responsible for making “Warning! Spambot detected!” appear on your screen, acquire a computer security program that will terminate the rogue for good.