- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
- Block exe files from running
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
My Security Wall
My Security Wall is phony security software, also known as rogue security software MySecurityWall, MySecurity Wall, My SecurityWall. My Security Wall is a complete scam, designed to rip people off. If your computer is infected with this parasite, you should remove it immediately. My Security Wall makes its way onto a computer system with the help of misleading advertising on shady websites and with the help of Trojans. Once My Security Wall is installed on a PC it will run a system scan for infections and will report numerous threats, which are false.
My Security Wall will also nag the user with annoying pop up messages and system warnings, stating that the PC is infected; these warnings are all fake as well. My Security Wall uses these false security warnings to frighten people into thinking their computer is badly infected. My Security Wall is hoping that the user will believe the infection warnings and pay for the full version of the software. In other words, My Security Wall is a complete scam! If My Security Wall is installed on your computer, you should remove it immediately.
My Security Wall is a rogue spyware removal tool attributed to the notorious rogue product group called the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. The rogue anti-virus tool in questions is a clone of such vicious infections as Windows Virus Hunter, Windows Web Commander, Windows Interactive Security and many others pretending to have been released by Microsoft.
The bogus program contains visual elements typical of Microsoft Windows products. For instance, Home, Scan, Firewall and other icons are identical to ones you would found on your PC. The similarity to your operating system does not prove that you can trust this application. Therefore, whenever a bogus pop-up alert pops up, pay no attention to it:
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Every notification or statement in the windows of the bogus program is simulated to trick you into purchasing its full fake versions. If you really want to protect the system against viruses and make sure that your privacy will not be violated by computer infections, remove My Security Wall right now using SpyHunter.
As My Security Wall is a clone of a great number of bogus security tools, you should try the registration key to activate the program so that it stops displaying bogus pop-up warnings:
Click on the button below to download a free scanner after completing the activation. Use SpyHunter to delete the threat because only this powerful tool can successfully terminate the cunning infection.
How to manually remove My Security Wall
Files associated with My Security Wall infection:
My Security Wall processes to kill:
Remove My Security Wall registry entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN My Security Wall