Do you know what Palladium Antivirus is?
Online security industry experts have been bowled over by the vitriolic attack of Palladium Antivirus rogue antispyware on systems. This rogue, which hails from the same destructive family as Think Point is well known for its destructive properties. If you suspect your system of being compromised by this rogue, you need to get rid of Palladium Antivirus without delay.
As with any type of rogue, Palladium Antivirus does not have the claimed abilities it spends so much effort on advertising. It was not designed to be a helpful or powerful security tool, but with one dubious purpose only: to rip off consumers while leaving them with nothing more than an empty shell for their hard earned money. Palladium Antivirus will do anything it has to, to ensure it successfully achieves the goal it sets out to, even causing permanent and irreversible, crippling damage to its victims’ PCs. Palladium Antivirus does not own the capabilities to detect, quarantine or remove any infections or parasites, and is in fact nothing more than an infection itself.
Palladium Antivirus makes use of established infection techniques – most noticeably though bundled Trojan and malware third party downloads. Users who find their browsing and search sessions constantly redirected to online payment portals for Palladium Antivirus might be victims of annoying browser hijackers which delivered the Palladium Antivirus Trojan infection to the system without their knowledge or consent.
Palladium Antivirus will not only prevent the user from running his own security software on the PC, but will also bar him from downloading a solution for it. This is simply because the developers behind this rogue do not want the user to run or download an application which will be able to detect and remove Palladium Antivirus from the system. Other users infected with Palladium Antivirus reported on being on the receiving end of incessant and constant popup messages. Palladium Antivirus makes use of these pop up messages in an effort to blame all the suspicious and weird system behavior on fabricated infections. PC owners should not react to these fake pop ups, and should never follow any of the calls to action contained herein. Palladium Antivirus will magnanimously offer to get rid of the purported infections, should the user pay for a Palladium Antivirus license. This should simply never happen, as the consumer will further be exposing himself to criminal victimization in terms of credit card and identity fraud.
Other symptoms of a Palladium Antivirus infection include slowed system performance, and being denied access to certain crucial aspects on the system. The criminals behind Palladium Antivirus are relentless, and will do everything in their power to make as much money out of their victim as possible. Do not become their next victim. Obliterate Palladium Antivirus from the system as soon as possible. Do this by making use of the removal power of a genuine security application which will not only erase Palladium Antivirus but also provide continued protection against similar rogues.
In non techie terms:
Palladium Antivirus is a fake security application which will harm your PC. The developers behind this bogus security tool are criminals, and you need to remove Palladium Antivirus in order to protect your system and your privacy from these criminals.