- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Cynics probably won’t be surprised to hear of yet another rogue website stealing users’ personal information. Those less so may be alarmed to hear that the seemingly legitimate looking Pcsecurityshield.com is actually a fraudulent website. This site operates under the guise of pretending to distribute real security tools, when in fact it is spreading malware and distributing harmful Trojans.
Pcsecurityshield.com cannot be trusted. The site’s purpose is to lure consumers into downloading, install and the purchasing rogue security software. All its touted software has been extensively tested and found to be rogue antispyware. All Pcsecurityshield.com’s claims about its software is suspect, and merely visiting the site can be dangerous as you might be prompted to download malicious software.
Users who find their browsers constantly redirected to Pcsecurityshield.com might have fallen foul of this browser hijacking website. The proper looking website with false user testimonials will pull out all the stops to make consumers believe in its legitimacy. Never believe any of its misleading marketing tactics. Pcsecurityshield.com’s hijack malware will persistently redirect you to their site where they will try and sell you the worthless rogue antispyware Shield Deluxe 2010.
You might also be subjected to relentless popup messages once infected with the PCSecurityShield virus, informing you of bogus infections on the system. This is once again a lie and a scare tactic used by Pcsecurityshield.com to fool consumers into buying its rogue products.
Users should steer well clear of this harmful and malicious website, and never put any stock into what this website tries to sell. In order to remove Trojans and other malware picked up from Pcsecurityshield.com a complete system scan should be performed with real antispyware software.