- Block exe files from running
- Connects to the internet without permission
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Pc Security Guardian
PC Security Guardian has a very nice-sounding name, but unfortunately it is not an antivirus program. It is a rogue anti-spyware which needs to be deleted as soon as you make sure you have been infected. This rogue comes with an infamous background, as it is a direct clone of Best Malware Protection, Internet Security Essentials and other rogues from the same family. The connection between PC Security Guardian and its predecessors is more than obvious, because it shares an identical interface with Best Malware Protection. Consequently, the features of the rogue are also similar to its forerunners.
Just like any other rogue, PC Security Guardian is redistributed using various methods. Various browser hijackers and fake online scanners make sure that PC Security Guardian arrives at your doorstep. Most of the time, when you encounter a hacked site which redistributes the rogue, they will attempt to convince you that there is something wrong with your system and you need to download a great antivirus program, which will ensure that your computer is guarded and protected against any threat possible.
Succumb to these blatant lies and you will have a rogue doing whatever it wishes to your system. If, unfortunately, PC Security Guardian has been installed in your computer already, you will see that it performs a fake system scan, and after it there are 20 potential "threats" found. There are various types of malware in the list, including Trojan-PSQ.Win32.Delf.d which is actually a parasite which really exists. So in a way, it might be hard for an average user to distinguish with between a rogue like PC Security Guardian and a decent security program. But you simply must ignore the instructions you receive from the rogue, as well as various fake security alerts such as:
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected!
The truth is that PC Security Guardian only wants to make easy money by fooling you into paying for it. Rather than doing that, you need to keep your credit card close to yourself and then remove PC Security Guardian from your computer for good.
It is easier to delete the rogue if it has been registered and "activated". To do that, use this code:
You can "activate" the program by clicking on the Help icon, and then selecting the option which says "Register Now". When you paste the code into the blank, click to "Activate Product Key".
With PC Security Guardian activated, you will find it easier to terminate it. You can do it manually, of course, but it is faster and more efficient to perform that automatically, so make sure you acquire a reliable spyware removal tool, which will also safeguard your computer against future attacks.