Just a short note about several malicious domains related to the Antivirus Monitor fraud. This rogue anti-virus program reports non-existent infections to make you think that your computer is infected with malware. Then it takes you to one of the misleading websites listed below where you can purchase a license of this scareware to remove the threats.
All these websites share the same web template (see the image below) and provide false information. You shouldn't visit these websites. If your computer got infected with Antivirus Monitor or a Trojan horse that constantly redirects you to one of the websites listed above, please follow scan your computer with anti-malware software. For more information, please read how to remove Antivirus Monitor. As always, if you need further assistance we will be happy to help. Just leave a comment below. Good luck and be safe online!
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