It may seem that Security Shield Pro, Smart Fortress 2012 or even Live Security Platinum, have had plenty of opportunities to tamper with personal data and gather enough money that would suffice few cyber criminals’ lives. However, the story is on a reverse and Windows users remain vulnerable to the vicious WinWebSec family and its devious infections, which have been affecting systems all over the world. Live Security Platinum, the newest instrument in cyber criminals’ hands, is as cunning as it gets, and it is obvious that schemers will do everything to slither the dangerous rogue into any computer. Now, dangerous rogue’s invasion is one click away, and many Windows users have already been deceived into opening infected zip file Ticket_Delta_Airlines_IN2139.zip, which can be received through an innocent looking spam email:
From: Delta Air Lines
E-TICKET / EH065894335
SEAT / 77E/ZONE 2
DATE / TIME 20 JUNE, 2012, 09:55 AM
ARRIVING / Virginia Beach
FORM OF PAYMENT / CC
TOTAL PRICE / 276.42 USD
REF / EF.5709 ST / OK
BAG / 4PC
Your bought ticket is attached to the letter as a scan document.
You can print your ticket.
Thank you for using our airline company services.
Delta Air Lines.
The letter looks legitimate, and even the domain, which is used to send it, suggests that the notifications truly comes from Delta Airlines company; however, this is just an illusion, which has made numerous Windows users think that nothing dangerous could happen, if a click have been made on the noted zip attachment. Unfortunately, this is all that it takes to allow Live Platinum Security to take over a target system, disrupt its Internet connection and ensure that administrative privileges are removed. And once inside a system, the dangerous application is mean to mimic legal security software, whose full version product could easily delete infections and protect against malignant attacks. There is no question, whether Live Security Platinum is a fake application, which needs to be removed from all Windows systems.