Lost in time, lost in this digital era – swaying between what is useful and what is useless… the best way to ensure you steer clear of all that is useless and harmful is to research and research and research!
In my quest for knowledge – I have uncovered the latest scam: Antimalware Doctor. Yes – I said scam! This particular software will only damage any system it has infiltrated! Word to the wise… read on…
Let us pretend for a second that there are no such things as rogue applications, and malicious content, where we exist in a world beyond malware and infections – in this world there is only growth and optimal progression amassed! This world can easily be attained – if we just eradicated the latest malware, as they appear online.
In lieu of this thought – let’s take a gander at the newest rogue application these days! Antimalware Doctor is not to be taken lightly – it is a threat to any PC is has entered into.
There are so many variations of applications available online, many of which claim to be helpful tools, that ensure a user’s computer security remain intact. But how do we know which of these claims are actually true or false?
Being the latest in scams, Antimalware Doctor should not be trusted under any circumstances! Pretending to be a spyware remover, this application has one primary objective: to coerce its victims into purchasing its licensed version.
Antimalware Doctor, also referred to as: AntimalwareDoctor, does not deviate much from the typical and most widely practiced tactics of PC parasite infiltration.
Antimalware Doctor tends to use affiliated backdoor Trojans, usually Trojan Vundo or Zlob, in order to ensure hidden penetration into the targeted machine is successful.
Once inside the designated system, Antimalware Doctor will obscurely create hundreds of fake malware entities in the infiltrated system. Once this is done, Antimalware Doctor will then “detect” these dummy files and ensure the unsuspecting user, you, think it’s high time you removed all the reported malware.