Zentom System Guard is a program which you should never share your money with. Belonging to the category of rogue anti-spywares and hailing from the same family as Antimalware Doctor, this scareware has been noticed to be actively distributed with a help of Trojans or through its misleading websites. Zentom System Guard on its “official” domain offers to download its unregistered version for absolutely free. However, either installed manually or without any user’s permission it starts fradulent acions. Its strategy involves some certain modifications done for computer’s registry and also invention of some harmless files that later will be detected as malware.
When Zentom System Guard is installed onto your PC, it starts interrupting with false positives reporting tons of viruses detected. Phony alerts, fabricated virus scanners and other notifications are nothing but scam because their function is to encourage you to start thinking about the program which will fix everything. Zentom System Guard claims that it is definitely the best removal tool for these trojans, keyloggers and spyware but before getting it installed asks paying the money. However, these detections should be simply ignored because sometimes they may even be simple your system files.
Warning! Removed attack detected!
Zentom System Guard has detected that somebody is trying to stole Your private data remotely via Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT.
Transfer for Your private data via internet will start in: 10 seconds
We strongly recommend You to block attack immediately.
Zentom System Guard – Hacker attack detected
Your computer is subjected to hacker attack. Zentom System Guard has detected that somebody is trying to transfer Your private data via internet. We strongly recommend you to block attack immediately.
Firewall file transfer detected
Hidden file transfer to remote host was detected
Zentom System Guard has detected that somebody is trying to transfer Your private data via internet. We strongly recommend you to block attack immediately.
Protection Center Alert
To help protect your computer, Zentom System Guard has blocked some features of this program
Zentom System Guard has detected unauthorized activity, but unfortunately trial version cannot remove viruses, keyloggers and other treats. Your personal data under serious risk. It is strongly recommended to register Your copy of Zentom System Guard and prevent intrusion for future.
Do You want to block this suspicious software?
Alert level: High
Description: It is highly recommended to remove this threat from your PC
Infections on your PC can cause:
- Applications won’t start
- Unwanted advertising displaying
- Loss of Internet communication
- Lost documents and settings
- Some files can disappear from PC
- You need registered version of Zentom System Guard to remove these infections.
Click “Remove threats” to activate protection and eliminate these security hazards.
Warning! Threat detected!
Threat module detected on your PC!
Zlob.Porn.Ad threat has been detected. This threat module advertises websites with explicit content. Be advised of such content being possibly illegal. Please click button below to locate and remove this threat now.
This is the way rogue anti-spywares act, and Zentom System Guard is a typical fake antivirus tool, so please, ignore popup notifications of this rogueware and keep away from instructions it recommends you to do. As soon as you notice it on board, remove Zentom System Guard with all its malicious components before it destroys your OS. This program is definitely not wanted on your computer, so remove Zentom System Guard using a reliable anti-spyware.
QR is short for Quick Response. They can be read quickly by the mobile phones. QR codes can store more data than
standard barcodes, including url links, geo coordinates, and text.
The reason we add QR code to the website is that parasites like Zentom System Guard are really hard to remove on infected computer. you can quicly scan the QR code with your mobile device and have manual removal instructions to uninstall Zentom System Guard right in your pocket.
Simply use the QR scanner and read removal instructions from mobile device.
Information added: 2011-10-06 16:21
Information updated: 2012-01-17 03:56