EDIT: [Carolyn: Nope, looked at that...that seems to be (another) tool to remove
viruses, not a tool to remove the removal tool itself. ["Who's on first?"]
To 'Avira': One should NOT have to 'chase down' a product's removal-tool (from a website
or anywhere). That's a poor substitute for having product-removal 'builtin'...i.e. the installer
then puts the program in the official list, where a button then exists to later
remove the pgm if it is unwanted, or is causing trouble.
Case in point is THIS one: Now one can NOT get to such a website (from THAT
machine), because the product has jammed the machine. Sure, could waste my
time chasing down the real 'removal tool' from their site, only later to learn that
it won't remove it, because it's a 'fake'!? So, current plan is to try to remove
it with Avast.
(Maybe this is spyware trying to 'ghost' itself as being Avira AntiVir, but not.
Who knows? Is it real or is it memorex?
) As I mentioned, it is NOT my
machine, so I'm unclear of specifics of exactly how it got onto the machine.