Description of AP Manager (Copyright violation alert) consequences of its residing on your PC
Antipiracy Foundation trickery goes on as a modified design is now applied to scare users. Initially, there were just alerts that accused user of infected PC in privacy violation. The full text of the alert is provided below as a screenshot of AP Manager (Copyright violation alert). However, AP Manager is not limited, like I-Q Manager, its predecessor, to misleading alerts generator only as trojan is essential part of the scam based on accusing users in misusing copyrighted materials. The said trojan arranges preliminaries for such accusation, i.e. alerts shown by AP Manager so that they seem to be timely and rather trustworthy. The point is that the trojan pretends to allow users download copyrighted materials for free and when user tries to do so it shows download window and even indicates progress of the downloading. And then, in a while, AP Manager shows alerts that claims you have committed privacy violation and offers a good deal to settle the fine of 400 dollars instead of being imprisoned or pay fines up to the quarter of million dollars.
Remove AP Manager, the sooner the better, and do not be scared as there are no such techniques applied in reality. That is not to encourage you using materials in violation of the copyright. Click here to get rid of AP Manager and put an end to imaginary Antipiracy Foundation scam.
AP Manager (Copyright violation alert) Technical Details:
- Full name: AP Manager (Copyright violation alert), APManager (Copyright violation alert)
- Version: 2010
- Type: Rogue anti-spyware, Trojan horse
- Origin: Russian Federation
AP Manager (Copyright violation alert) screenshots:
Signs of being infected with AP Manager (Copyright violation alert):
Activities of AP Manager are rather dangerous for users in the sense that they may waste money. Not only that, paying the fine as prompted is to encourage hackers to further develop IT scam. In any case, AP Manager removal would be better performed at the initial stages of its development, though it is never too late to remove AP Manager. The very first sign of AP Manager may be the installation request windows requiring your permit to download and install AP Manager that is posed as downloads assisting software. However, the trickery may go skipping the above stage, and even the stage of fake downloader. The fake downloader pretends to execute upload of restricted access and use materials that you require. Finally, scary alerts as described in the first section are shown. In order to get rid of AP Manager at any stage of the scam development, click here.
Automatic Removal of AP Manager (Copyright violation alert) from your PC:
AP Manager removal tool is more than AP Manager remover. The AP Manager removal tool will scan your PC and detect and remove any variety of malware, virus, trojan etc., and certainly will remove AP Manager.
Manual Removal of AP Manager (Copyright violation alert) :
Manual removal of AP Manager implies the Safe Mode is set for the respected period and that you avoid using any apps and connecting to the Internet until you complete AP Manager removal steps. That is to guarantee correctness and completeness of MalwareCatcher removal and your system safety.
Remove AP Manager (Copyright violation alert) files and dll’s:
Unregister AP Manager (Copyright violation alert) registry values:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon “Shell” = “%UserProfile%\Application Data\APManager\apmanager.exe”