Do you know what XP Home Security 2012 is?
There are many rogue security tools such as XP Home Security 2012 which convincingly emulates the workings of real security tools in an effort to fleece hardworking consumers out of their hard earned money. This rogue will come across as a genuine and legitimate security tool, but in reality it is nothing more than a vindictive and fake security tool incapable of detecting or removing any type of threat from the system.
XP Home Security 2012 will enter the system under suspicious circumstances and remain hidden until it is ready to start its attack against the system. It will use fake online malware scanners, harmful browser hijackers and infected online flash ads to gain entry to its victims’ PCs. Because of this stealth intrusion the user will remain completely unaware of XP Home Security 2012’s presence on the system until it is too late.
The rogue will start its attack against the PC by initiating a fake and unwarranted system scan. This scan will yield various false security alerts in an effort to panic the user into thinking his PC is under attack. XP Home Security 2012 will then proceed to spam the user with various fake security alerts generated as part of its attack against the system. These fake alerts will appear as annoying and incessant pop up messages designed to frustrate the user even more.
Other reported symptoms associated with XP Home Security 2012 include being unable to connect to the Internet and not being able to run any applications on the system. It will also cause severe erratic system behavior and poor system performance.
In order to limit the damage this rogue will need to get rid of XP Home Security 2012 immediately. Do this by investing in a genuine security tool which will offer adequate protection against similar attacks and threats in future.
In non techie terms:
XP Home Security 2012 is a fake security tool is a bogus security tool only out to rip you off. It will not live up to any of its promises and in order to restore your PC’s security you’ll need to destroy XP Home Security 2012.
Aliases: XP Home Security.