Deep neural networks are vulnerable to small input perturbations known as adversarial attacks. Inspired by the fact that these adversaries are constructed by iteratively minimizing the confidence of a network for the true class label, we propose the anti-adversary layer, aimed at countering this effect. In particular, our layer generates an input perturbation in the opposite direction of the adversarial one, and feeds the classifier a perturbed version of the input. Our approach is training-free and theoretically supported. We verify the effectiveness of our approach by combining our layer with both nominally and robustly trained models, and conduct large scale experiments from black-box to adaptive attacks on CIFAR10, CIFAR100 and ImageNet. Our anti-adversary layer significantly enhances model robustness while coming at no cost on clean accuracy.