- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Rogue anti-spyware software is a malicious threat to any computer. MyPCcheck is a rogue application which enters users’ PC with one sole purpose – extortion of money. MyPCcheck gets installed into computer systems in various ways. Sometimes a user can be lured to a site which contains the MyPCcheck malware to download it. Once installed the application runs an automatic fake system scan and then bombards the user with notices and pop-ups that the computer‘s security is at risk. MyPCcheck might relate security issues with any file in the computer.
The results of the fake scan should not be trusted, as the only aim of the program is to extort the user. MyPCcheck only pretends to be concerned with the safety of your computer. Actually, it has nothing to do with it and the application’s notifications should not be taken into consideration, especially the recommendation to pay for full version of the program.
Paying for MyPCcheck is out of the question, because it is a malicious software application and all the security threats it reports are fake. MyPCcheck only tries to persuade the user to trust it, betting on user’s desire to keep his computer malware-free. Therefore, since the application is not beneficial to the system it is strongly recommended that you remove MyPCcheck once it is detected. If not you might risk losing a fair share of your money and exposing your credit card information.
One of the simplest ways to terminate MyPCcheck manually is to locate the MyPCcheck.exe file in Task Manager and stop the program. By stopping the program you do not erase it. To remove MyPCcheck from your computer you should go to your Program Files directory and delete MyPCcheck folder with all of its contents. If you cannot get rid of the malware manually, you might also use a downloadable automatic remover. The difference is that the automatic remover will scan your system and located the infected files in your computer. Whichever way you decide to go about it, delete MyPCcheck before your bank account suffers an unnecessary leak.
From everything mentioned above you can see that MyPCcheck is a malicious software application which will try and trick you into spending your money. Most PC owners are keen on taking care of their computer security, but you should keep your guard up and not spend a penny on programs like MyPCcheck as they have they have nothing to do with improving computer security. What’s worse, the malware only damages it. So if you happen to have it installed in your computer, remove MyPCcheck immediately.