If you find your PC infected with Spyware Protection then you have severe cause for concern. This destructive rogue antispyware software has well known ties with infamous rogues such as Win PC Defender, XP Police Antivirus and IE-Security. This is reason enough for most consumers to want to completely obliterate Spyware Protection from their systems. Even though it may come across as a genuine and helpful security application, Spyware Protection is nothing but a maliciously fake tool that will stop at nothing to rip you off, even if it means causing irreparable damage to your system.
Although Spyware Protection is new to the online arena, it certainly does not break new ground with its infection techniques. Spyware Protection makes use of established forms of infection, and includes browser hijackers and fake malware scanners among its tactics to distribute its Trojans and malware to unsuspecting PC owners’ systems. The problem with Spyware Protection is that it will enter its victim’s PC stealthily and remain utterly hidden until it deems it the correct time to reveal its presence to the user. By the time the PC owner becomes aware of Spyware Protection on his system it will be too late as the infection will already have securely rooted itself in the PC. The PC owner will now have a hard time to effectively get rid of Spyware Protection.
As a first line of attack on the system Spyware Protection will assail its victim with various dramatic fake security alerts. These fake notifications, although the look genuine, are bogus and were designed with the express intent of creating panic among Spyware Protection’s victims, as well as to place Spyware Protection in an authoritarian light with its victims. Do not fall susceptible to its lies, and do not trust or react to any call to action you receive from Spyware Protection. Some of the more notorious fake security notifications to be on the lookout for reads as follows:
Spyware Protection not let up on its assault on the system, and will continue its assault until the infected PC is utterly crippled by its attack. Users who did not remove Spyware Protection in time complained about being unable to launch any executables on their systems as well as being denied Internet access. Spyware Protection does this for a reason, as it aims to prevent the user from running or downloading a security application which can detect and delete Spyware Protection from the system. If you want to “activate” Spyware Protection on your PC, and thus restore your ability to run programs and reestablish your Internet connection, paste the following security key into Spyware Protection:
Do not for one second think that by entering the above security you have successfully removed the threat from your PC. You still need to erase Spyware Protection from your PC in order to avoid the certain destruction this rogue will bring to your system. Invest in a properly functioning security application which will not only detect and obliterate Spyware Protection, but also offer adequate protection against future similar attacks.
How to manually remove Spyware Protection
Files associated with Spyware Protection infection:
Spyware Protection DLL's to remove:
Spyware Protection processes to kill: