Do you know what Smart Anti-Malware Protection is?
Parlez-vous français? No? Well, seems like Smart Anti-Malware Protection thinks that you do, because this rogue antispyware application comes with an interface that presents a peculiar mix of English and French. It seems like its creators were very eager to “offer” their product to the French speaking audience, but they went forth too fast and forgot to translate their basic settings into French as well. However, in spite of inconsistent interface the fact still remains that Smart Anti-Malware Protection is a dangerous rogue application that has to be erased from your computer as fast as possible.
Smart Anti-Malware Protection belongs to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. It usually infects your computer through fake online malware scanners or via infected websites that host the rogue’s installation file. Once Smart Anti-Malware Protection enters your computer it generates a list of harmless files such as eb.exe or PE.tmp, and then later on blames these files for causing erratic computer behavior. Needless to say, that Smart Anti-Malware Protection only uses these files as scapegoat, because the reason why your computer is acting weird if the rogue.
While infected, you might receive similar messages:
Warning! Spambot detected!
Attention! A spambot sending viruses to your e-mail contacts has been detected on your PC.
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Recommended: Please click "Remove All" button to erase all infected files and protect your PC.
Address space conflict
Warning! Access conflict detected
An unidentified program is trying to access system process address space.
These messages are created in order to make you think that there is no other way to get rid of the annoying symptoms but to buy the full version of Smart Anti-Malware Protection. That would be playing according to the rogue’s rules, and you would expose your bank account to illegal access. Outsmart the “smart” rogue. Use this serial code to “register” it and then remove it with ease:
Note – the fact that you “register” the rogue does not mean you have gotten rid of it. It is still there in your computer, but in a particular “sleep” mode. If you want to rid your computer of this infection you need to get yourself a computer security program that would remove Smart Anti-Malware Protection for good. And don’t forget to scan your computer once again after the rogue removal, because you can never know what other malicious infections might be hiding in the nooks of your system.
In non-techie terms:
Smart Anti-Malware Protection is a fake antivirus program that wants to steal your money by making you believe your computer is infected with multiple viruses. You have to ignore the scan results presented by this computer threat. You must terminate Smart Anti-Malware Protection using a reliable security application and make sure that your computer is safeguarded against similar attacks.