Microsoft Security Essentials Alert
The latest threat to hit our online world is the fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert which is generated by a malicious Trojan. Microsoft Security Essentials Alert has been created by malicious people in order to try and make you believe that your computer system is infected. The bad news is that the moment Microsoft Security Essentials Alert runs on your machine, it will pose as a real Windows Microsoft Security Essentials program.
Truth be told this alert is going to be titled: Microsoft Security Essentials Alert and will alert you to the factor that a Trojan was detected on your machine. This Trojan is going to be listed as Unknown Win32/Trojan. Once you have been prompted to clean your computer and make use of the scan online button, you will get a generated list of 25 antivirus programs. Five of them are rogues while the other 5 are legitimate antivirus programs.
The five rogues distributed may include: Red Cross Antivirus, Peak Protection 2010, Pest Detector 4.1, Major Defense Kit, AntiSpySafeguard (AntiSpy Safeguard). Unfortunately for computer users all over the world, you are all at risk. Once a user\'s machine has been rebooted the selected rogue will perform a fake system scan.
Internet users all over the world need to be alerted to the factor that once your machine is in fact infected any programs which you will use will be terminated and instead you may see any of the following warning messages:
These two security messages may be displayed from the Windows taskbar and you will see the following messages if your computer system is infected with any of the rogues generated by the fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert:
The world of computer security is becoming increasingly scarier as time progresses. Due to much research and information gathered it can be concluded that threats such as the fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert is best removed with the use of an antispyware removal tool.