Virusmelt is Nothing but a Scam
Computer security has never been more important than it is today. There are so many threats roaming the Internet that it would be absolutely foolish to go unprotected against spyware. Some threats won’t just ruin your computer, but they will steal your money from you as well. Virusmelt is one of those kinds of threats.
Virusmelt is a fake antivirus application that uses very unethical tactics to infiltrate computers. It tells the infected user that it will protect their computer, but it doesn’t do anything of the sort. Instead, it will cause pop-up ads and slow down the computer. It will change the settings in the user’s Internet browser. Virusmelt will also ask you for your money for these sinister services.
Usually using rogue websites to infect computers with Trojan horse programs, virusmelt then invades an infected computer through that Trojan exploit. Once it has been downloaded and installed secretly, virusmelt will start to deliver pop-up ads to the user’s desktop. Soon after, pop-up warnings will appear, warning the user that their computer has been infected with malicious software. This won’t be completely untrue, because virusmelt is malicious.
The infected user will then be asked to allow virusmelt to scan their computer for the imaginary threats. A fake scan will then be initiated that will inevitably produce a list with false-positive results. This will be used to try to scare the user into paying for the full version of virusmelt in order to have the threats removed. However, the full version of this useless program won’t do anything to protect the computer or remove any real threats that may actually be on the computer. It will merely be a waste of money.
When it comes to removing virusmelt from an infected computer, there are two options. You could remove it manually or use a legitimate antispyware program to remove it for you. Manual removal is an undesirable option though, not to mention complicated, time consuming, and dangerous. If you aren’t sure of what you are doing, then you could actually cause more harm than good.
Instead, you should use a legitimate antispyware program to remove virusmelt. Better yet, you should use an antispyware program right now in order to prevent virusmelt and other malicious programs from infecting your computer.
There is no better choice in antispyware than SpyZooka. Its makers have been in good standing with the Better Business Bureau for years, so you can be sure that it is trustworthy. SpyZooka is also the only antispyware program that has been guaranteed