- Installs itself without permissions
- Changes background
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Cant change my homepage
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Internet Security 2011
Despite the tireless efforts of the online security industry, many users are still falling victim to the seditious and treacherous Internet Security 2011. Internet Security 2011, a direct clone from the subversive Antivirus 2010 shares more than just the same Rootkit with this well known and highly despised rogue. Users will recognize Internet Security 2011 by its crippling symptoms, as this rogue has the ability to leave any infected PC utterly devastated and unusable.
Internet Security 2011 will block the execution of legitimate executables in an effort to keep the user from running a security application which could detect and remove Internet Security 2011 from the PC. This can quickly turn into an intensely annoying situation, and users who receive the following message:
“Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.”
...can easily regain control and access to the desired program, simply by making use of the cacls.exe application, standard with any Windows operating system. Go the Command Prompt folder on the system, and type the following to give the “Everyone group access to the file again:
“cacls /G Everyone:F”
In an effort to trick users, Internet Security 2011 will replace a crucial Windows component called userinit.exe. Users should not delete this .exe file as it is a critical part of the Windows operating system. Its default location is located at
"c:WINDOWSsystem32us?rinit.exe (Do not delete the C:WindowsSystem32userinit.exe file)"
Of course, like many other roguewares Internet Security 2011 makes use of false system scanners and bogus system notifications in an effort to panic the users into parting with their cash. Some of the more notorious fake warnings to be on the lookout for include the following:
“Attention! Network attack detected!
“Attention! Threat detected!
“Windows Security Alert
Obviously none of these fake messages can be trusted, and users should never believe any correspondence received from Internet Security 2011. Inexperienced users should not attempt to manually remove Internet Security 2011. Rather make use of a genuine and fully updated security tool which will be able to get rid of Internet Security 2011 permanently. This will also offer protection against future similar threats.
How to manually remove Internet Security 2011
Files associated with Internet Security 2011 infection:
c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\.wtav
Internet Security 2011 processes to kill:
Remove Internet Security 2011 registry entries: