- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Security Inspector 2010
There are many reasons attributable to the continued success of developers of rogue security tools such as the illustrious Security Inspector 2010, such as the extortion and panic tactics employed by these criminals as part of their attacks.
It’s no secret that the security industry is well armed against rogues like Security Inspector 2010, and constantly keeps their security tools updated with the latest definitions to protect their customers’ PCs. Security tools such as Security Inspector 2010 clone themselves for this reason. Deriving from the same family such as AntiVirus Studio 2010 and Desktop Security 2010, users should waste no time in taking appropriate action to permanently get rid of Security Inspector 2010.
As part of its attack on its victim’s PC, Security Inspector 2010 will make use of various fake security messages in an effort to panic the user into buying its fake and worthless security tools. The body of these messages contains the following:
“Reported Insecure Browsing: Navigation Blocked
The need to eradicate Security Inspector 2010 off any infected PC is imminent, and should happen straight away. Do not believe any correspondence received from this rogue. In order to manually remove Security Inspector 2010 and take back control of your PC, you will need to kill the SearchSettingsProtection.exe process found in the Task Manager. Only attempt to manually remove Security Inspector 2010 should you have advanced PC skills, as doing so incorrectly might cause permanent and irrevocable damage to your system.
How to manually remove Security Inspector 2010
Files associated with Security Inspector 2010 infection:
%AppData%\Security Inspector 2010
Security Inspector 2010 processes to kill: