PC Security 2011
It can be easy to become lax about harmful and malicious software out to cause permanent damage to PCs in their quest to rip honest consumers off. PC Security 2011 is a shameless and blatant replica of System Pro 2011. Taking it at face value, and the company PC Security 2011 keeps, it’s clear to see that this rogue has questionable origins and intentions which are not to complement a PC’s security. As with any rogue antispyware application, PC Security 2011 was developed with a specific purpose in mind – to con honest consumers out of their money. PC Security 2011 has no other interest, and is certainly not concerned to live up to its over embellished promises. This rogue will not and can’t detect, quarantine or remove any purported threats from a system.
PC Security 2011 forcefully enters its victim’s PC through Trojans spread by criminal websites employing drive-by download techniques. Another popular means of infiltration include PC Security 2011 bundling its vicious Trojans and malware with legitimate updates from third party websites. PC Security 2011 will also remain stealth in the system until it decides to reveal itself to the user at first through annoying and incessant bogus security notifications. These alerts are used as part of PC Security 2011’s attack on a system, to gain the trust of its victim as well as creating panic among users. Some of the more notorious fake alerts used by PC Security 2011 include the following:
"Scanning is complete. 4 infections were found, would you like to remove all?
"New threads were found
"FlyAgent.F backdoor has been detected on your PC.
Obviously none of these fake alerts can be trusted. PC Security 2011 needs user interaction in order to successfully conclude its devious campaign to extort money out of its victims. It is due to this fact that users should never act on any calls to action contained in PC Security 2011 fake alerts, and rather get rid of the alerts by eliminating PC Security 2011 from the system.
For easier removal process you can enter this serial code:
If the user decides to respond to any of PC Security 2011’s calls to action, he will invariably end up at an online payment portal for PC Security 2011 where he will be required to part with his credit card information, as well as other sensitive personal information. This is a very dangerous area to tread in, as although these payment portals might seem secure, they really are not. Cyber criminals are behind PC Security 2011 and if you disclose your personal billing info to them, you put yourself at risk to be victimized further.
At the end of the day, users need to simply delete PC Security 2011 from their systems in order to take back control of their PCs. There really is no middle ground here, in order to prevent the certain devastation that follows an infection of this magnitude, get rid of PC Security 2011 immediately. Do this by investing in a security tool which will not only erase PC Security 2011 from the system, but also offer continued protection for your PC against future similar threats and attacks.
How to manually remove PC Security 2011
Files associated with PC Security 2011 infection:
PC Security 2011.lnk
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\PC Security 2011
%AppData%\PC Security 2011
%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\PC Security 2011
%ProgramFiles%\PC Security 2011
PC Security 2011 processes to kill:
Remove PC Security 2011 registry entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings "ProxyEnable" = '1'
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings "ProxyServer" = 'http=127.0.0.1:53495'
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\PC Security 2011
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "conhost" = '%UserProfile%\Application Data\Microsoft\conhost.exe'