Description of Antimalware and consequences of its residing on your PC

CoreGuard Antivirus 2009 is known to us as a first parent in not too numerous family of counterfeits based on one and same GUI and similar behavioral patterns. This post describes most recent entry to this family, AntiMalware.
The first tip is to avoid lingering if you are infected and remove AntiMalware immediately. The reason for such an appeal is that the rogue is known to ban reliable, true antispyware. In fact, it is not very selective in that and may simply disable most of the programs installed on your computer system. Click here to start free scan and get rid of AntiMalware using system security suite, which is not vulnerable to the attempts of the rogue to disable true antimalware.

Antimalware Technical Details

  • Full name: Antimalware, Anti-malware, Anti malware
  • Version: 2009
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware
  • Origin: Russia

Antimalware screenshot (click to enlarge):

Antimalware

Signs of being infected with Antimalware:

AntiMalware is neither more nor less annoying than its closest forerunner, AciveSecurity. It shows the same nag screens and the only visible for users essential difference between GUI of the two counterfeits is that they produce different alerts. The alerts of AntiMalware are typically entitled AntiMalware or this name is used in their titles. Their texts may read as follows:

“AntiMalware network security alert
Network attack rejected!
Your computer is being attacked from remote host. Attack has been classified as Remote code execution attempt.”
“AntiMalware detected the virus of the harmful program on your computer!
Internet Explorer is infected with worm Rootkit.Win32.Agent.pp. This worm can harm your computer.”
However, there is at least one alert that does not name AntiMalware. It is entitled Security alert and usually states the following:
“User’s activity loggers detected!
It’s strongly recommended to remove detected threats right now!”

Click here  to start free scan and remove AntiMalware, as well as all other detected infections.

Automatic Removal of Antimalware from your PC:

AntiMalware is installed and downloaded in a way typical for the members of its family, i.e. typically a trojan program is involved into the process of AntiMalware installation. That trojan needs to be removed, where you are going to remove AntiMalware scam completely. To make sure you need to remove AntiMalware only or to detect relevant trojan and other malignant program codes in the memory of your PC, click the link below to start free scan.

Download Antimalware Removal Tool

Manual Removal of Antimalware:

The only restriction for AntiMalware removal is not to start AntiMalware removal steps until you make sure Internet connection is disabled and will be remaining disabled until the completion of AntiMalware removal, and no software will be running during AntiMalware manual removal.

Remove Antimalware files and dll’s:

amext.dll
antimalware.exe
help.ico
malw.db
uninstall.exe
AntiMalware.lnk
Programs\AntiMalware
AntiMalware Support.lnk
AntiMalware.lnk
Uninstall AntiMalware.lnk
4otjesjty.mof
c.dat

Unregister Antimalware registry values:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{5E2121EE-0300-11D4-8D3B-444553540000}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Active Security
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\AntiMalware
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\AntiMalware
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “AntiMalware”
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Shell Extensions\Approved “{5E2121EE-0300-11D4-8D3B-444553540000}”

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