Adware.Win32.MalwareAlarm is a fake threat that is displayed by rogue anti-spyware programs in their scare tactics campaigns in order to trick users into purchasing their "full" versions. While there is a real threat named MalwareAlarm, it is not an adware parasite, but another rogue. If you happen to see a message on your desktop that reads something like this: "Your computer was infected with Adware.Win32.MalwareAlarm", be sure that it's rogue anti-spyware knocking on your system's door.
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Adware.Win32.MalwareAlarm manual removal:
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