- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- System crashes
SecuritySoldier or Security Soldier is malicious software which has been designed to harm your computer, instead of helping it. SecuritySoldier is a renamed program of SecurityFighter, TrustWarrior, SoftSafeness, SafetyKeeper, BlockDefense and it is suggested that you avoid these names whenever you see them. It may be on your computer without your knowledge or consent and is very difficult to get rid. SecuritySoldier has symptoms which will make you not only angry but also very annoyed and upset.
Various rogue’s files are responsible for many Windows system disruptions, which will start immediately after the program gets infiltrated inside your computer. Schemers will make sure that the registry is modified, and malignant products are added to the regular autostart programs. This way, dangerous components will start running once you turn on your computer, as if they were authentic components of your Windows OS. Malicious executables then will be able to tamper with the Windows Security Center, Firewall, connect to remote servers, remove access to Task Bar and Registry Editor, and cause Internet connection issues, just to make it impossible for you to delete SecuritySoldier with all of its high-risk files. Once your system is paralyzed, you will be quickly presented with a fake computer scanner and bogus alerts, which will push you to believe that dangerous infections (e.g. Trojan-Servu.CG, Constructor.DOS.TBTR) are attacking your system, and SecuritySoldier’s full version is what you need to have them deleted. A few examples of bogus alerts:
SecuritySoldier may not come in isolation; it may come along with various spyware, viruses and adware. It may cause the performance of your wonderful computer to decline dramatically as well as become severely unstable. SecuritySoldier is not something that you want on your system and if you detect it, you need to remove it. Be warned that in order to manually remove SecuritySoldier, you need to know a fair amount with regard to computers, as you run the risk of damaging your machine if you do something incorrectly. It is also suggested that if you have chosen to perform the manual removal of SecuritySoldier you should back up all your data due to the factor that run the risk of losing it quite quickly. It is highly recommended that you do an automatic removal.
How to manually remove SecuritySoldier
Files associated with SecuritySoldier infection:
SecuritySoldier processes to kill:
Remove SecuritySoldier registry entries: