Total Security Protection Center

Total Security Protection Center Description

ScreenshotTotal Security Protection Center is a pop-up message that is associated with the Total Security family of rogue security programs. Total Security Protection Center pop-up messages are usually installed by an underlying Trojan infection. If the computer user clicks on these pop-up windows, there is a high probability of becoming infected with Total Security or any of its clones. Two of the most common messages associated with Total Security Protection Center include a message claiming that the several security features are not active on the infected computer and a message claiming that a long list of viruses and malware infections were detected recently. ESG team of PC security advisers strongly recommends ignoring everything that is stated in the Total Security Protection Center pop-up messages. The fact that your computer is displaying these unwanted messages can mean that your PC has been contaminated by a serious malware infection. ESG PC security researchers recommend starting up your operating system in Safe Mode and using a real anti-malware program to hunt down and eliminate the cause of the Total Security Protection Center messages.

The Total Security Protection Center Messages are Caused by Malware

The fact is that the Total Security Protection Center pop-up windows are caused by Trojans and other kinds of malware. Usually hackers try to distribute malware by claiming that your computer is, in fact, infected with nonexistent malware. Then, they try to promote their own malicious software as legitimate security applications. The kinds of programs that the Total Security Protection Center messages attempt to promote are known as rogue security programs. Rogue security programs are fake security programs that can seriously harm a computer, instead of protecting it. Rogue security programs like Total Security are usually distributed by malicious advertisements that appear while browsing the Internet. These advertisements will typically claim that your computer is unprotected, that they can make your computer run faster, or they will offer to run a free malware scan of your computer. Clicking on these advertisements will usually result in a malware infection, installed through exploits of Flash or JavaScript vulnerabilities. A Trojan may also cause your computer to display these kinds of advertisements, even when it is offline. The Total Security Protection Center malware threat is a typical example of this kind of invader. It is important to avoid clicking on any of these pop-up windows to avoid the risk of installing even more malware onto your computer.

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File System Details

Total Security Protection Center creates the following file(s):
# File Name
1 winsource.dll
2 12101874.exe
3 12118904.exe
4 18597034.exe
5 19695784.exe
6 16849224.exe
7 16630934.exe
8 13451094.exe
9 13155934.exe
10 12537344.exe
11 10694534.exe
12 12132034.exe
13 18994614.exe
14 10437034.exe
15 95376246.exe
16 11290934.exe
17 94706866.exe
18 1313304888.exe
19 11056254.exe
20 13739374.exe
21 13645464.exe
22 14349374.exe
23 18843754.exe
24 12619534.exe
25 11760314.exe
26 11329684.exe
27 12526264.exe
28 18225784.exe
29 16002034.exe
30 12736254.exe
31 10716404.exe
32 12367184.exe
33 10428904.exe
34 13513904.exe
35 10465004.exe
36 18804534.exe
37 17771874.exe
38 14354814.exe
39 14458594.exe
40 18305624.exe
41 13975154.exe
42 19393284.exe
43 18921094.exe
44 11462034.exe
45 10266714.exe
46 10841714.exe
47 14755154.exe
48 11774064.exe
49 14444684.exe
50 10686874.exe
51 19769844.exe
52 11467504.exe
53 19212184.exe
54 13479064.exe
55 11580934.exe
56 Sc2C21UvvM.exe
57 12796254.exe
58 16599374.exe
59 10755004.exe
60 14555314.exe
61 10680464.exe
62 11242504.exe
63 11350624.exe
64 13444064.exe
65 10804064.exe
66 16867774.exe
67 11086714.exe
68 11548124.exe
69 13118904.exe
70 10816254.exe
71 10936254.exe
72 91038586.exe
73 376558508.exe
74 10539214.exe
75 16825624.exe
76 19725574.exe
77 17248364.exe
78 13633124.exe
79 17167034.exe
80 17284534.exe
81 17524844.exe
82 15366254.exe
83 11829084.exe
84 10135624.exe
85 19348434.exe
86 16096714.exe
87 19897964.exe
88 10990784.exe
89 10507654.exe
90 17707184.exe
91 11062654.exe
92 10298904.exe
93 19495624.exe
94 17116404.exe
95 12763754.exe
96 11417184.exe
97 15249214.exe
98 15627184.exe
99 15027184.exe
100 10864374.exe
101 10490784.exe
102 14981564.exe
103 10808594.exe
104 13128284.exe
105 17871404.exe
106 12125004.exe
107 12927654.exe
108 13147964.exe
109 15055154.exe
110 11985784.exe
111 tsc.exe
112 13150464.exe
113 17076094.exe
114 10512034.exe
115 16864684.exe
116 16429104.exe
117 12931874.exe
118 17503594.exe
119 11608414.exe
120 11142344.exe
121 15667184.exe
122 11340004.exe
123 16855934.exe
124 11592814.exe
125 10501404.exe
126 10912184.exe
127 10832964.exe
128 1525774308.exe
129 14676564.exe
130 11647654.exe
131 13573594.exe
132 13934844.exe
133 16787504.exe
134 12119114.exe
135 17670464.exe
136 19931874.exe
137 19844534.exe
138 14696874.exe
139 10829374.exe
140 13820314.exe
141 14034064.exe
142 10905464.exe
143 19971094.exe
144 11039534.exe
145 11270154.exe
146 18209214.exe
147 19345624.exe
148 11160154.exe
149 10496254.exe
150 14287184.exe
151 10451094.exe
152 15349844.exe
153 10323594.exe
154 16636524.exe
155 10177964.exe
156 19100004.exe
157 16279534.exe
158 11272184.exe
159 13548754.exe
160 14328754.exe
161 19820464.exe
162 14597344.exe
163 11198754.exe
164 19894864.exe
165 12895934.exe
166 18022964.exe
167 Uninstall TSC.lnk
168 TSC.lnk
169 Help.lnk
170 Registration.lnk

Registry Details

Total Security Protection Center creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
HKEY..\..\..\..{RegistryKeys}
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{D263FA6D-84CC-48A8-9AF6-C664362B7A5B}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{D263FA6D-84CC-48A8-9AF6-C664362B7A5B}
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\1FD92E3F7C34799BFB075C41DA05D1FE
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Security Center "AntiVirusOverride" = "1"
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "1FD92E3F7C34799BFB075C41DA05D1FE"
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Security Center "FirewallOverride" = "1"

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