Do you know what Security Shield is?
Don’t ever fall victim to the misleading marketing campaigns showing Security Shield to be a legitimate security program. In truth, Security Shield is a harmful rogue antispyware application merely imitating the workings of a genuine security application. Actually Security Shield is a clone of well known rogue antispyware application Security Tool.
Security Shield will start its attack on the PC by informing the user of various fake threats being present on his PC. This is in fact a fabricated lie, all a part of Security Shield’s campaign to gain the user’s trust and fleece him out of his money. Once the user believes his PC has been compromised, Security Shield will inform him that it is the only application capable of removing these supposed infections.
Security Shield has no diagnostic or reparative properties, and offers no benefit to any PC system. It will instigate the very symptoms it warned about, in an effort to force the consumer to part with his hard earned money while offering absolutely nothing worthwhile in return. Symptoms of an Security Shield infection include dramatically slowed system performance and blocked Internet connections.
Users who value the safety and health of their systems need to get rid of Security Shield for good. Do this by investing in a properly functioning and fully updated security tool.
Warning, this parasite is known to disable your Internet connection. Click here for instructions explaining how to restore your Internet access.
In non techie terms:
you need to eliminate Security Shield as it is a fake program designed and distributed by criminals. Do not believe anything Security Shield has to say.
Aliases: SecurityShield, Rogue.SecurityShield.
Alongside blocked Internet connection and slow system’s performance, Security Shield will present multiple fake notifications, pop-ups and alerts, which you will not be able to remove from your screen. Bellow, we list a few fake Security Shield’s warnings:
Security Shield Warning
Intercepting malicious software that may violate your privacy and harm your computer has been detected. Click here to remove now with Security Shield.
Security Shield Warning
Spyware.IEMonster activity detected. This form of spyware attempts to steal passwords from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Outlook and other commonly used programs. Click here to immediately remove it with Security Shield.
Activate Security Shield
You need to activate Security Shield on your computer to perform this action. Do you want to activate Security Shield now?
Even though fake antispyware tool blocks your Internet, you can regain your connection by accessing Security Shield’s purchase page, where you should click on Ctrl and N keyboard keys simultaneously, which should open up a new Internet Explorer window, if this web browser is installed in your system. Otherwise, in the rogue’s interface locate registration page and enter an activation key, which will restore network connectivity, remove irritating notifications and will help you delete Security Shield much quicker.
Do not believe Security Shield’s fake computer scanner, warning you about rogues, backdoors, worms, dialers and other malware, because none of it is true. If you are worried about Windows system’s security, install AV tools, which could remove Security Shield and protect you hereafter.
Warning! Do not try to delete Security Shield manually, if you do not have sufficient knowledge, as you are likely to remove essential files and cause even more prejudicial consequences.How to Stop a Running Process
Stop These Processes:
Find and Delete These Files:
- %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\[random].exe
Security Shield Removal Guide Automatic Removal Instructions
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