- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Internet Security Guard
Internet Security Guard is a fraudulent computer program that pretends to be a useful application while in reality it is a rogue that steals your personal information at the same time damaging your computer. It actually is a part of a wide network of rogues that has been troubling numerous users worldwide for quite some time now. Internet Security Guard is just another pesky program that you have to fight in order to continue using your computer as you are used to.
This rogue is usually delivered via fake online malware scanners or spam email. That is why you mustn’t open mail messages from unfamiliar senders, especially those which come with attachments. Internet Security Guard usually hides in the attachment or in a link that is embedded in the message’s text. The moment you click on the link, you initiate the automatic download and installation of Internet Security Guard and then the real problem begins.
Internet Security Guard performs a fake system scan, telling you that you have been infected with multiple threats and that you need to eliminate them immediately using none the other but Internet Security Guard, or else you might suffer terrible consequences. The thing you need to get rid of right now, though, is the rogue itself. Remove Internet Security Guard without further ado, and get yourself a legitimate security tool to scan your computer for any other malware, because rogues like Internet Security Guard seldom come alone.
It has been determined that Internet Security Guard is from the same family of rogues as Home Security Solutions, Home Safety Essentials, Anti-Malware Lab, System Smart Security and so on. Since the rogue is being distributed via malicious websites, a few of these websites have also been unveiled:
Also, the threats that Internet Security Guard detects are obviously not real, but they are there in your computer, because the rogue CREATED them itself. The files that are detected as malware are completely harmless. For example, fan.sys, CLSV.dll,ppal.sys, snl2w.drv, tjd.tmp and the like are very far from being malicious, but Internet Security Guard wants you to think these are terrible viruses, because it wants to swindle you out of your money.
Other parasites "detected" by Internet Security Guard include Trojan-PSW.Win32.Fantast, Troja-Spy.HTML.Bayfraud.hn, Trojan.Win32.Faker.a and so on. This might look as if the rogue is really good at protecting your system but you should definitely know better. You should also ignore the following messages received from Internet Security Guard:
Address space conflict
Memory access problem
These messages only tries to push you into purchasing a completely worthless product. The messages will cease appearing, if you "register" the program using one of the following codes:
Once you have "activated" the rogue, before it manages to destroy your system, remove Internet Security Guard from your computer immediately.
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 Internet Security Guard
Files associated with Internet Security Guard infection:
%AppData%\Internet Security Guard\ScanDisk_.exe
%AppData%\Internet Security Guard\Instructions.ini
%AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Internet Security Guard.lnk
%Desktop%\Internet Security Guard.lnk
%StartMenu%\Internet Security Guard.lnk
%Programs%\Internet Security Guard.lnk
Internet Security Guard processes to kill: