'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV

'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV Description

ScreenshotESG security researchers strongly advise computer users to ignore the Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV's tag line; this program is a fake anti-virus application that is certainly not designed to protect your computer. The 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV belongs to the FakeRean family and uses a well known online scam that has been around for several years. 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV is designed to steal money from computer users by displaying alarming error messages and making false claims. The 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV is closely related to a large number of rogue security programs that use similar names and carry out the same basic scam. If your computer is displaying messages from a supposed security application named 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV claiming that there is a severe malware infection present on your computer, this means that the computer has become infected with the 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV. Use a reliable anti-malware program to neutralize the threat and return your computer to normality.

The Purpose of the 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV Scam

There are several variants of the 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV scam such as Windows Antivirus 2008, Vista Antivirus 2008, PC Clean Pro, Antivirus Pro 2009, AntiSpy Safeguard, ThinkPoint, Spyware Protection 2010, Internet Antivirus 2011, Palladium Pro, XP Anti-Virus 2011, CleanThis, XP Home Security 2012, Windows Clear Problems, XP Security 2012, Antivirus PRO 2015.

All of these kinds of fake security programs display alarming error messages designed to scare victims into believing that there is a severe virus infection on their computer. The whole purpose of the 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV is to convince computer users that it is necessary to purchase a 'complete version' of this fake security program. To do this, 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV will display constant, irritating error messages and a fake system scan which will contain alarming results. However, trying to use 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV to fix these supposed problems is useless, it simply ends up in more error messages asserting that it is crucial to 'upgrade' to a full version of 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV which is, of course, not free.

ESG security analysts advise computer users to ignore the 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV's alarming error messages and fake system scan. Since this is not a real security program, computer users should never pay for a 'full version' of the 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV. Instead, 'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV should be removed with a real anti-malware program that is fully up-to-date.

Technical Information

File System Details

'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 %AppData%isecurity.exe 841,728 1cb245d7034fb2f6ad470b3464cd4080

Registry Details

'Internet Security – designed to protect' Fake AV creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Regexp file mask
%AppData%\isecurity.exe
File name without path
Internet Security.lnk

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