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Posted 13 September 2010 - 02:49 PM
Posted 13 September 2010 - 03:57 PM
Uh, from where did you purchase it?
AntiMalware Pro is NOT the name of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Sounds like you purchased a fake. You should send them an email asking for a refund. You should also contact your credit card company telling them of the scam and that you would like the charges removed.
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Posted 13 September 2010 - 03:58 PM
Antimalware pro is a rogue. It is not ours or a ligament product.
I'm not a staff member just another Malwarebytes' user.
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Posted 13 September 2010 - 04:20 PM
September 19th, 2008
AntiMalware Pro is the new brother of AntiMalware 2009. Disguised under name of one of the leading legal malware removers (Malwarebyte’s AntiMalware), this rogue is trying to force users to pay for bad product and tarnish the name of real tool. It can not compete with any real anti-spyware application except with shiny new skin. The functionality of AntiMalwarePro is severely lacking – it does not detect any real threats and tries to convince people to pay by showing some predefined parasites present. Free version does not remove any parasites, but you should not pay – usually you will never hear about them after you provide your credit card details nor will you get a working license key or full version. It might even not exist at this point. At first glance AntiMalware Pro popups look annoying at most. You should beware, though – the presence of rogue removers is a sign that your computer security is breached and you should check your PC for other threats that might be downloaded. Your bandwidth might be used to send spam emails or for other malicious intent. Thus you should remove the parasite as fast as you can. You can be infected by AntiMalware Pro if you visit risky sites a lot or one of your favourite websites got recently infected. Also, peer to peer communication downloads and fake video codecs are likely to cause these problems.
There is an updated version of AntiMalware Pro pushed in the middle of 2009, going around as version AntiMalwarePro 2.1. More at:
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