Lurking in the Internet space today is a highly destructive virus program named Memory Optimizer. Cleverly disguised as a legitimate program, this virus is out to con people into buying a fake upgrade that it claims would clean computer systems of viruses. Hatched by hackers from either Russia or Asia, Memory Optimizer is a scam and should not be trusted. If you think your PC is infected with this virus, you should have it removed right away since Memory Optimizer if let to incubate in a PC is known to cause irreversible damage.
What Is Memory Optimizer?
To an untrained eye, this virus would not rouse suspicion as it is camouflaged to appear legitimate. In reality, it is a malicious or malware program that can severely harm computer settings and files. This program would typically attach itself to PCs via real software applications.
Memory Optimizer can be transmitted to your computer through false email attachments, fake downloads and spurious web sites. This virus would block several applications in your computer such as Task Manager and steal passwords from financial accounts. Memory Optimizer would also load a fraudulent virus detection device in your PC that would show manufactured results. You would be scared into believing that your system is flooded with viruses and is about to shutdown. It would then inform you that the only solution to your virus woes is to buy an upgrade that not surprisingly is useless. Complete removal is the only solution to this malware threat.
How To Remove Memory Optimizer From Your PC
The way to get rid of Malware Optimizer from your system is to basically treat this virus like a piece of software – in that you should first stop the program from running, and then remove all the programs which will be allowing it to run. We’ve found that there are currently 2 ways to get rid of the infection – by first deleting all the parts of the virus which allows it to run, and then removing the various files / settings that it will have. There is also another way to remove Memory Optimizer, which is to use a piece of software called a “malware removal tool”. Regardless of which way you decide to remove this virus, it’s vital that you are first able to delete all the parts of the infection, as it is known to have a backup facility which will cause it to reload when you try and restart your PC.
This virus will install itself here:
- %Programs%/Memory Optimizer
We’ve found the most effective way to remove Memory Optimizer is to use a piece of software called a “malware removal tool”. These are programs which have been specifically designed to scan through your computer and get rid of all the parts of a fake antivirus infection, and work very well to fix the various errors & problems you have on your system. You can use a program called “Frontline Rogue Remover” to scan through your PC and get rid of any of the possible errors / problems that you have on your system. This will first show you how to stop the virus from running, and then allow you to delete all the parts of the program from your PC for good.