Total Security Protection Center
Receiving the pop-up alert that says Total Security Protection Center means your computer has been attacked by the program that is issuing these alerts. Your system has probably been exposed to the intrusion of a rogue anti-spyware called Total Security, which is the latest and very actively propagating digital infection. You must have “caught” Total Security through Trojan viruses that infiltrated the system without your knowledge or approval. Once inside and operating, Total Security will launch a whole malicious campaign trying to scare you into thinking your computer is contaminated, while the only problem you have is Total Security scam itself. Total Security Protection Center alert is one of the pop-ups you will keep getting over and over if your PC has Total Security inside. Total Security Protection Center alert reports:
"Total Security Protection Center
To protect your computer, make sure the three security essentials are turned ON. If the settings are not ON, follow the recommendations. To return to the security senter later, open Control Panel.
Malicious sites block ON
Protection Center reports that `Total Security` is not activated. Antivirus software helps to prevent your computer against viruses and other security threats. Click
Your version of TotalSecurity still not activated yet.
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The options presented on Total Security Protection Center alert include the "Malicious site block”, “Automatic Updates” and "Antivirus Protection" buttons. However, if you choose to push "Click here to get your Total security License Recomendations" button you won’t get rid of Total Security Protection Center alert popping up now and then in the middle of your PC routine. Remember - Total Security Protection Center alert is FAKE, and its appearance testifies to the fact that you are being tricked by its affiliated rogue anti-spyware called Total security into purchasing its licensed version. Consequently, in order to prevent Total Security Protection Center alert from popping up, you need to delete Total security immediately.