- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- Blocks internet connection
- System crashes
MyPcSecure is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as PcSecureNet, PcsSecure and APcSafe malware. MyPcSecure (or My PcSecure, MyPc Secure) will make use of a fake scan report as well as fake scan report results in order to try and convince you that you have all types of dangerous threats running on your machine. The main goal behind this is to make you very scared and then offer you the full version of MyPcSecure, for a small fee, which promises to remove these threats that don't actually exist.
The rogue will offer you to purchase its $49.95 value product, and depending on the default language within your system, you could be targeted by various bogus malware detections and removal recommendations in German, French, Italian or English. Right after infiltration, the rogue antispyware is programmed to modify Windows Security Center to aggravate MyPcSecure removal, connect to remote servers, download malignant components and applications, and tamper with system’s registry to allow immediate infection’s activation upon system’s launch. The program could even block your Internet connection or remove access to those Windows Tools (Registry Editor and Task Manager) which could help you delete MyPcSecure manually. All of these symptoms are as irritating as fictitious warning pop-ups which will warn you of non-existent infections and will force you to remove them:
Security Center Alert!
You should not pay any attention to these fictitious pop-ups, as this is the main instrument that schemers will use to trick you into purchasing their bogus product’s licensed version. In order to remove MyPcSecure from your computer, it is imperative that you make use of a decent antispyware removal product that is able to both detect and automatically remove MyPcSecure for you. You can try the manual removal process, but you need to be warned that if you do something incorrectly, you run the risks of further damaging your computer. MyPcSecure needs to be removed properly upon immediate detection. MyPcSecure is not something to play around with and if you can avoid it all together, then this will prove the better option.
How to manually remove MyPcSecure
Files associated with MyPcSecure infection:
MyPcSecure processes to kill:
Remove MyPcSecure registry entries: