Do you know what Security Protection is?
Security Protection is a direct clone of Malware Protection, and these two applications are rogue antispyware products, which lurk in the depth of the internet waiting for a gullible victim they could rip off without any pricks of conscience. Security Protection has the same dark ocean blue interface as its predecessor, and the layout of the rogue is also absolutely the same. It implies that the consequences of the infection are practically the same as well, compared to what the forerunner of Security Protection could do.
If you are wondering how it is possible to get infected with Security Protection, then you should know that there are a lot of ways for this rogue to get into your computer. The scheme of rogue distribution is very wide and Security Protection or a Trojan which delivers the infection might be hiding behind the most innocent-looking link. The links to sites which host Security Protection could be anywhere – in spam mail message’s text, in a spam comment posted on your blog, or even on a search result list, because there is simply no limit to the inventiveness of the cyber criminals.
If, unfortunately, you manage to download and install Security Protection, this program performs a fake system scan, after which you are informed about 14 undesirable files in your computer. Then it will bombard you with fake security notifications about various errors that supposedly are present in your computer, but that is not true. Security Protection is not able to safeguard your computer against the onslaught of threats. To top that, this program is a dangerous threat itself, which can cause your system to crash eventually if you do nothing about it.
Also, please notice the way Security Protection tries to coax and then force the user into purchasing the full version of it. It creates a galore of security warnings and then claims that it is the only program which can take care of them. However, if you try following its instructions, Security Protection will ask you to pay for the license. Needless to say, that paying is not an option in this case, because you would be revealing your credit card number and the CVV2 code to third parties. Afterwards, it would be only a matter of time until your bank account will be illegally accessed and emptied to the very last cent.
In order to avoid being robbed and experiencing a total system crash you need to remove Security Protection from your computer. If you don’t know how to do it manually, you can always get yourself a reliable antimalware tool, and it would help you to terminate Security Protection automatically without any problems. Just make sure you get rid of this rogue completely.
In non-techie terms:
Security Protection is a fake security program, which is created to hinder the processes of your computer in hopes of stealing your money. Nothing good can come of having this rogue in your system, so you need to erase Security Protection from your computer as soon as possible.