- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- Blocks internet connection
- System crashes
Security Solution 2011
There is a fake security program called Security Solution 2011 which looks very much like a real antivirus application, but don’t be fooled by its pretty looks. It is a rogue antispyware which has been created to slither into your computer undetected and then terrorize you until it harasses you into paying for the license version of this worthless program. This is why you need to protect your system from catching the Security Solution 2011 infection.
Being cautious while browsing the Internet is also very important if you want to avoid getting infected by rogues such as Security Solution 2011. Rogue applications like this are very adept at using various means of distribution such as fake online malware scanners, flash advertisements, browser hijackers, spam email and so on. The key point in the face of the threatening infection is not to click on unfamiliar links. Just because you feel like it is worth clicking, it does not meant it is actually so. Your negligence might lead to you really catching Security Solution 2011 and then you will be up for a long fight.
When this rogue entrenches in your system is starts sending you a whole palette of fake security errors messages. Don’t forget the fake system scan as well. The results of this “scan” will tell you that you have been infected by multiple parasites, but that is done in order to make you pay for Security Solution 2011. Some of the fake threats Security Solution 2011 will report on include TrojanDownloader:JS/Renos, Pigax.gen.al921565b71957m Keygen-Nero.a and W32/Autorun.worm5492698F. None of these threats are really present on the infected system, and Security Solution 2011 only incorporates this as part of its attack against the PC owner.
As a further attack, Security Solution 2011 will spam the user with various fake security threats. Several of the popular fake alerts used by Security Solution 2011 as part of its attack against the system read as follows:
In the above fake alert, the user will only be able to select ‘Activate Protection’. This will redirect him to various payment processing websites, where he will be pressured into making payment for Security Solution 2011. Some of the known online payment portals are:
Security Solution 2011’s listed selling prices on these malicious sites are as follows:
It is absolutely clear from the above fake alert that Security Solution 2011 is a fake application – not least because of all the blatantly obvious spelling and grammatical errors, but that it reports on a fake IP address as well.
In order to facilitate its removal, enter the following activation key into Security Solution 2011:
This will only ‘activate’ Security Solution 2011 on the system, and disable its annoying symptoms. Users should not regard this as effectively having removed Security Solution 2011 from the system, as the threat is still present.
Never pay for any Security Solution 2011 product, and do not reveal your payment information to the above domains, as this will put you at further risk of criminal victimization. Instead if you find yourself infected with this rogue you have to obliterate Security Solution 2011 as soon as possible in order to limit the harm it will cause to your PC.
How to manually remove Security Solution 2011
Files associated with Security Solution 2011 infection:
%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService\Application Data\Security Solution 2011
%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService\Datos de programa\Security Solution
%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService\Application Data\Security Solution
%APPDATA%\Security Solution 2011
%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService\Dati applicazioni\Security Solution
%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService\Application Data\Security Solution 2011
Security Solution 2011 processes to kill:
Remove Security Solution 2011 registry entries: