[Figure 1. AntiAdd graphical user interface]
AntiAdd has to be manually installed. However, in some cases it comes bundled with other malicious software. AntiAdd is promoted through the use of Trojans. Usually, Trojans come from fake online scanners or various other misleading websites. The scammers also use social engineering to promote their product. Be careful and do not open any websites or links from unknown people. Especially is such websites like Facebook, MySpace and similar. Once installed, A Trojan virus downloads rogue files and installs this malicious software.
The home page of AntiAdd is antiadd.com. This websites does not host any suspicious or harmful software, but it is full of fake reviews and false information. The scammers use the same web template [Figure 2] over and over again.
[Figure 2. antiadd.com]
When running, AntiAdd may also disable certain system tools like Task Manager, Registry editor or system restore. The misleading application uses browser hijacking too. If your are infected with this malware, please use the removal guide below and remove AntiAdd from your PC manually for free or use an automatic removal tool. Most importantly, do not purchase it. If you have already done that, please contact your credit card company and dispute the charges. Related files: Uninstall.exe
• Changes browser settings
• Shows commercial adverts
• Stays resident in background
AntiAdd manual removal
Delete registry values:
C:\Program Files\AntiAdd Software
C:\Program Files\AntiAdd Software\AntiAdd
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