Security Shield 2011
Security Shield 2011 is a fake rogue antispyware program. It looks and pretends to be legitimate antivirus software, but it is a dangerous threat to your overall computer security and your financial funds. Security Shield 2011 is a clone of previously released rogues, such as Security Tool, System Tool, Security Shield and others. The main reason why this rogue has been created is that its creators want to make easy profits, making use of unsuspecting computer owners.
This rogue has many ways to enter your computer, so you have to be careful in general while browsing the internet. Not clicking on suspicious links, or links which lead you unfamiliar websites, unless you are sure of their legitimacy. However, sometimes you can simply run out of luck, because the rogue can also be distributed using the “blackhat SEO” tactics, when the cyber criminals manage to place their sites at the top of search results list and users click on them totally unaware of the danger behind it.
Once the rogue gets into the system it configures it so that the program would load together with the Windows and it its blue interface pops into action, performing a fake system scan. As a result Security Shield 2011 finds 45 threats, including Virus.DOS.Mono.1063, Worm.Win32.Fujack.a ant the like. These are real parasites, for example, Virus.DOS.Mono.1063 has been first detected back in 1997. The number of parasites detected varies every single time the scan is performed. For example here is the message that Security Shield 2011 gives you, when it detects 21 threats:
It is strongly recommended that you clear your computer from all the threats immediately.
However, despite all the messages and notifications, the threats do not reside in your computer, because Security Shield 2011 wants you to THINK you are infected so that you register for the full version of the “antivirus” program.
Security Shield 2011 will tell you that you can remove the threats from your computer only if you activate the program, if you click on "Remove" button, you will receive this message:
Activate Security Shield
No, continue unprotected
This is the main goal of Security Shield 2011, and that is also why you must remove the rogue from your computer as soon as possible, because if you reveal your credit card information in the purchase window (which you should NOT do at all costs), your bank account will be swept clean. It will be easier to remove Security Shield 2011 if you “activate” the program. To do that, use this code:
With the program “registered”, you can easily get yourself a reliable anti-malware tool, which will help you to erase Security Shield 2011 automatically without any difficulties. Keep in mind that this rogue is a dangerous program, and you mustn’t allow it to stay in your system any longer.
How to renew your internet connection:This rogue antispyware blocks your Internet connection to prevent you from removing the rogue application. To enable the Internet connection, please follow these instructions:
How to manually remove Security Shield 2011
Files associated with Security Shield 2011 infection:
Security Shield 2011.lnk
Uninstall Security Shield 2011.lnk
Security Shield 2011 processes to kill: