- Annoying Pop-up's
- Block exe files from running
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Total Protect 2011
Total Protect 2011 is a rogue antispyware application, which comes with exactly the same configurations as Total Protect and Total Protect Antivirus Solution. To put it simply, it is a directly clone of the other two rogues, and it is just as dangerous as its predecessors. This rogue is very cunning, because it looks very much like a legitimate part of a security system, but do not be fooled by its sophisticated interface. The only reason why Total Protect 2011 is there in your computer, is because this rogue wants to steal your money.
This program should not be there in your system at all. You must've have caught it while you were browsing the internet, because rogues like Total Protect 2011 are really good at using various means of distribution to arrive at the doorstep of their innocent victims. You either got it from a fake online malware scanner site, or downloaded it as a fake video codec - these are just a few of a whole variety of options. Also, it is possible to get Total Protect 2011 from it's website - Totalsolutionantivirus.com. It might seem that the website is offering solutions to the problems that you are experiencing with your computer, but in the end, the only thing you would be downloading is Total Protect 2011 which is very far from being a useful program.
When this rogue is downloaded and installed into your computer, it is configured to run automatically, and once you reboot after the installation, the red-white Total Protect 2011 window will pop into your screen, telling you that your computer is not fully protected and this might put your computer at risk. It also says that your Total Protection 2011 AV is not activated, and you must do it ASAP.
To scare into paying for this worthless program, Total Protect 2011 will even block you from accessing various programs. The rogue does not allow you to run certain .exe files saying that they are infected and must be closed for the sake of the system - so that the infection would not spread. That is a blatant lie, because the only infection you've got right now is none the other but Total Protect 2011 itself. Get yourself a good antispyware program and remove Total Protect 2011 before it is too late. Because not only does it aim at your money, in the long run this rogue can ultimately destroy your computer's system.