Personal Anti Malware Removal Guide

Do you know what is Personal Anti Malware?

Personal Anti Malware is classified as a rogue anti-spyware application. This means that Personal Anti Malware will issue exaggerated pop-up alert messages and this may then trigger bogus ‘system scanners’, all as an attempt to mislead you into thinking your PC is under risk. Personal Anti Malware owes its hidden infiltration to backdoor Trojans that guide the malicious unregistered version of this rogue into the host system. The fake pop-up messages and scanners displayed by the Personal Anti Malware corrupt trialware contain information about infections claimed to have been found within the system. All the reported parasites are fake and totally counterfeit. They are “detected” only to convince the unsuspecting victim, and to try get the user to purchase Personal Anti Malware commercial software, which obviously requires payment.

In non-techie terms:

If you keep ignoring these obsessive alerts and scanners, Personal Anti Malware will gradually apply more “persuasive” methods for brainwashing you, e.g. by slowing down your computer, flooding it with more warnings and affecting the internet connection speed. The most reasonable thing to do if you have Personal Anti Malware on board is to get rid of this nefarious rogue, before it becomes more aggressive and compromises your cyber-security even more.

Aliases: PersonalAntiMalware, PersonalAnti Malware, Personal AntiMalware.