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Danger level 8
Type: Rogue Anti-Spyware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer
Other mutations known as:

My Security Shield

Seditious rogue applications acting wantonly hardly qualify as newsworthy headlines anymore, and then there is My Security Shield. The first inclination that we are dealing with a rogue which demands attention comes from the recognition of My Security Shield’s predecessors, Virus Doctor and My Security Engine. By the company My Security Shield keeps its plain to see that this rogue antispyware tool is out for the kill. Unlike with genuine security tools which offer something of value, My Security Shield was designed with an intensely selfish purpose; to fleece consumers off while not even being able to live up to any of its promises.

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Even though My Security Shield has only recently been discovered, it makes use of established infection tactics. Surreptitiously infiltrating the PC, My Security Shield’s infection impacts the PC harder by remaining hidden from the attention of the user until it deems it the correct time to start its assault on the system and thus reveal its presence. Crooked online domains acting as browser hijackers forms part of the militia behind My Security Shield’s aggressive online marketing campaign, and are responsible for many PCs becoming infected with My Security Shield Trojans and malware. Users who download security updates and codecs from third party websites are also at greater risk contracting My Security Shield malware as it has been known to bundle its Trojans in this way.

As a first line of assault on the system My Security Shield will assail the PC owner with innumerable fake security messages. These notifications, which are utterly without merit, have been designed in an effort to panic PC owners. Its other purpose serves to heighten My Security Shield’s legitimacy in the eyes of its victims. My Security Shield will incorporate sneaky calls to action into these fake alerts which when acted upon will make its takeover of the system even easier. It goes without saying that none of these bogus security alerts should enjoy any attention. Be on the lookout for the following bogus notifications distributed by My Security Shield:

Warning! Access conflict detected!
An unidentified program is trying to access system process address space.
Process Name: AllowedForm
Location: C:Windows...notepad.exe

Warning! Identity theft attempt detected

Memory access problem
WindowsErrorForm has encountered a problem at address 0x1FC408.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
If you see this error again, operational information can be irrevocably lost.

Warning! Virus detected
Threat Detected: Trojan-PSW.VBS.Half
Description: This is a VBScript-virus. It steals user's passwords.

PC owners who did not erase My Security Shield from their systems in time complained about being unable to connect to the Internet, as well as not being able to run programs on their PCs. Others complained about increased erratic system behavior and poor system performance. These are all the unfortunate symptoms which follow a My Security Shield infection as part of its campaign of terror on its victims’ systems in an effort to extort money out of them.

My Security Shield will simply stop at nothing to successfully attain its vicarious goal. Do not become its next victim, remove My Security Shield without allowing it one more second’s access to your system. In order to be sure to destroy My Security Shield completely, employ the removal power of a genuine and updated security tool which will not only eliminate My Security Shield from the system but also offer adequate protection against future similar attacks and threats.

UPDATE

Fortunately, more and more My Security Shield’s notifications surface PC users’ screens, allowing future victims to identify the rogue much quicker. See some of the newly discovered fake warnings and recommendations:

Message from webpage
Warning! Your computer is at risk of malware attacks.
We recommend you to check your system immediately. Press OK to start the processes now…

System alert
Suspicious software which may be malicious has been detected on your PC. Click here to remove this threat immediately using My Security Shield.

Recommended:
Please click “Remove all” button to erase all infected files and protect your PC

My Security Shield mimics true antispyware tools, but do not think for second that Security Shield is the legitimate version, as it is just another fake tool, from a different family, which needs to be removed as quickly as possible!

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How to manually remove My Security Shield

Files associated with My Security Shield infection:

%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\???????
tjd.sys
tempdoc.tmp
std.dll
SICKBOY.drv
runddlkey.drv
PE.tmp
PE.dll
kernel32.sys
kernel32.exe
grid.sys
fan.dll
delfile.sys
DBOLE.exe
CLSV.tmp
cid.drv
Instructions.ini
cookies.sqlite
My Security Shield.lnk
MSJYQMS.cfg
vd952342.bd
sqlite3.dll
MSS.ico
MS345d_2129.exe
mozcrt19.dll
4475.mof
My Security Shield.lnk
file.exe
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\?????
%AllUsersProfile%\???????
%AllUsersProfile%\??????

My Security Shield DLL's to remove:

std.dll
fan.dll
sqlite3.dll
mozcrt19.dll

My Security Shield processes to kill:

SearchSettingsProtection.exe
DBOLE.exe
kernel32.exe
MS345d_2129.exe
file.exe

Remove My Security Shield registry entries:

Software\3
CLSID\{3F2BBC05-40DF-11D2-9455-00104BC936FF}
MS345d_2129.DocHostUIHandler
Microsoft\Internet Explorer "PRS" = "http://127.0.0.1:27777/?inj=%ORIGINAL%"
Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Download "RunInvalidSignatures" = "1"
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\5.0\User Agent\Post Platform "control/7.02129"
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "My Security Shield"
Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes "URL" = "http://findgala.com/?&uid=2129&q={searchTerms}"
Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Download "CheckExeSignatures" = "no"
My Security Shield
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\???????
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Comments

  1. KARTHIK Aug 7, 2010

    VERY BAD

  2. JB Aug 9, 2010

    This *****!!

  3. 9D2E8 Aug 12, 2010

    Sick and tired to waste my time with those spyware IT dept Polytechnique

  4. edlinear Aug 17, 2010

    I followed the manual instructions and IT WORKED!
    Don't be afraid to edit the registry. Just use the "find" function to search for each of the entries and DELETE them!

  5. raffo Aug 17, 2010

    me llego al pincho todo esto carajo

  6. moirana vasquez Aug 22, 2010

    no me gusta

  7. marcus l Aug 23, 2010

    somebody i need help i dont understand

  8. Polyp Aug 27, 2010

    Please....how can i remove My Security Shield from my Laptop??
    This program is really IGNORED!!!

    PLEASE SEND ME THE LINK FOR REMOVEL COMPLETELY!!!

  9. Mario Sep 15, 2010

    How do i remove My Security Shield from my PC
    mario.wald@hotmail.com

  10. Geomusician Sep 19, 2010

    "my Security Shield" is a monster virus.
    "My Security Shield" was found by me to behave like the most horrible and frightening virus I had encounterd in my 31 years of experience with computers.
    I worked a whole night and half a day to clean my computer from every trace of this monster-virus.

  11. beef/w/virus Sep 22, 2010

    securiy shild is crap i had tons of malware n trojans it did nothing do not get this

  12. Max Oct 21, 2010

    Need help!

  13. jen Dec 12, 2010

    whoever invented this stupid security shield should be hung within an inch of their life and then burned this is rediculous they should be seriously punished almost tortured even

  14. April Dec 24, 2010

    As long as you have not actually downloaded the Security Shield software yourself, then restore your PC to an earlier time. I went to a site and Security Shield started attacking me this morning, and all I had to do was restore to an earlier point. Try this FIRST!!!

  15. Fabian Dec 27, 2010

    Tooo easy to remove!

  16. allie Dec 30, 2010

    this thing installed ITSELF on my school's laptop!!!

  17. allie Dec 30, 2010

    and it keeps putting unwanted marks like the slash in my typing

  18. sean Jan 2, 2011

    15.Fabian Dec 27, 2010
    Tooo easy to remove!

    so what did you do!!!???

  19. thea Jan 12, 2011

    who ever created this protectionsheild is such an stupidity...... try to change ur instalation program and not get billions of people dealing this huge REALY CRAP net work function.............

  20. LUKE Jan 26, 2011

    I have a verry powerful virusscannergiant. Please don't interrupt my computer no longer. This socalled sicurity shield seems like a virus itself. STOP BODERING people.

  21. Norma Jenkins Jan 29, 2011

    How can I get if off my computer??

  22. Norma Jenkins Jan 29, 2011

    How do I remove this Security Shield mess??

  23. Patricia Jan 30, 2011

    I dont think its an easy process to eliminate it one whole day spent and still wont let me do anything, I tried the manual removal, but its too advanced for me needs a person with more know. What a scumbag who invented this virus.

  24. Pcthreat Jan 31, 2011

    LUKE
    We are in no way connected with the creators of My Security Shield and only want to inform people about this bad program.

  25. Pcthreat Jan 31, 2011

    To remove this infection manually you must be very quick. Just after Windows starts up, quickly press CTRL ALT DELETE (3 Buttons at once). When task manager shows up, search for any of the listed files, or for a file that has a random jiberish and kill that process.
    From here You must delete all *****ociated files by searching you computer.

  26. Someone competent Feb 9, 2011

    It's not hard to remove just a pain.

  27. Someone competent Feb 9, 2011

    It's not hard to remove just a pain. Just start your machine in safe mode that's the first step. Then you can get on merry way of deleting files.

  28. Ben Feb 11, 2011

    how can i removo it???

  29. victor gonzalez Mar 23, 2011

    REMOVE SECURITY SHIELD

  30. ..... Jul 5, 2011

    totaly crap...u give infections links,dll's,kills and regesteries...what the hell are people that dont know how to do it ...where are the how to do's....***** no one taking responsability...link it and thats it ***** to be hardware....

  31. ..... Jul 5, 2011

    ur actually telling people this...To remove this infection manually you must be very quick. Just after Windows starts up, quickly press CTRL ALT DELETE (3 Buttons at once). When task manager shows up, search for any of the listed files, or for a file that has a random jiberish and kill that process.
    From here You must delete all *****ociated files by searching you computer.

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