In our quest to protect our systems against the myriad of threats facing PCs in the modern world, it can be easy to become lax about new threats entering the market. Do not make this mistake with System Security. This rouge antispyware application has stunned online industry professionals and expert users alike with the intensity and vitriol behind its attack. The only motivation behind System Security, as with its clones Winweb Security is to steal consumers’ money by any means possible. Don’t be fooled by System Security’s solicitous promises and the overinflated hype surrounding its clever online marketing campaign.
The System Security infection typically infiltrates the targeted system through the guise of fake video codec installations, or by bundling seditious Trojan and malware infections with third party downloads. Once the System Security infection is rooted on the PC, there is a possibility that it will download more malware to the system without the user even knowing about it.
System Security will go out of its way to win the trust of the user, as well as to make him believe that it has the solution to restore and protect his PC. It will start its attack on the system by barraging the user with numerous popup messages, which acts as fake alerts. These fake security warnings will inform the user that his PC has been compromised by various distressing and dramatic infections. System Security will even go as far as report important Windows components as being infected. These crucial components cannot and should not be removed, as it will critically damage the performance of the Operating System. One such file which System Security will report as infected is:
Other fake security alerts employed by System Security include:
“Windows Internet Explorer
“Windows Security Center
“Windows Security Center
The characteristics behind a System Security infection will be easy to spot once you know what to look for. System Security changes the browser settings, and will redirect search and browsing sessions to illicit websites which offer payment portals for System Security. It also connects to the Internet without the user’s permission, and can update itself manually. At the end of the day, System Security will do everything in its power to remain undetected and will try to stay on the PC as long as possible. It ultimately wants the user to depart with his money, as System Security obtains his money directly from the end user. This should simply never happen, as revealing your sensitive billing information to these cyber criminals will put you at further risk of credit card and identity fraud.
There are various benefits to employing the removal power of a powerful security application which can permanently get rid of System Security, but should you want to attempt to manually remove System Security from the system, take note of the following. As a point of departure you’ll need to stop the following System Security processes:
Delete the following DLLs as well
Manually removing System Security can lead to irreversible damage to the system. If in doubt, rather invest in a genuine and reliable security tool which will not only permanently erase System Security but will also offer your system future protection against similar threats.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer