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Tuesday, March 27th 2012 under Security by

Nowadays, hackers create malicious applications to find a way and gain access to targeted computers. Cyber criminals want to enter into computers all over the world without letting their users know about the hackers` deceitful plan. The creations are aimed at misleading PC users into paying for the full version of bogus software that pretends to be a legitimate and reliable security application. Security Shield 2012 is reported to be another fake AV tool. Although, it seems to be a genuine anti-spyware program, it turns out that it only imitates the layout and actions of trustworthy security applications.

Figure 1. Security Shield 2012

The only aim of Security Shield 2012 is to trick PC users into thinking their computers are infected. Then Security Shield 2012 wants to beguile victims into believing they have to pay for the full version of the fake application to fix their machines and avoid a serious system crash.

Security Shield 2012 is known to be a new version of the well-known computer infection Security Shield. Just as its predecessor, if Security Shield 2012 manages to gain access to a targeted computer, the bogus software turns the infected system into a complete mess. Security Shield 2012 blocks the Task Manager. Moreover, Security Shield 2012 hijacks the user’s browser and redirects the victim to malicious web sites which promote malicious programs created by hackers. None of the applications promoted can provide users with reliable or effective services. These applications are scam tools used by cyber criminals to make a profit. Security Shield 2012 uses the same malicious tricks as its predecessors in order to gain access to targeted computers.

Security Shield 2012 is spread through the use of malicious web sites that promote fake online scanners. Furthermore, Security Shield 2012 is transferred via Trojan-based infections that sneak into PCs unnoticed. Last, but not least, this fake security software is spread through the use of compromised web sites. They exploit vulnerabilities in programs which are running on targeted computers and transfer Security Shield 2012 without the knowledge of the users.

After Security Shield 2012 has entered into a computer and infected it, the malicious intruder starts trying to scare the user into thinking his computer is in serious trouble. Security Shield 2012 displays many fake warnings. The messages pop up again and again even if closed. They report about the following problems:

Intercepting program that may compromise your privacy and
harm your system have been detected on your PC.
Click here to remove them immediately with Security Shield 2012

Security Shield 2012
{program} is infected with “Worm.Win32.Autorun.bnb”. Do you want to register your copy and remove all threats now?

Some critical system files of your computer were modified by
malicious program. It may cause system instability and data

Also, Security Shield 2012 pretends to make a fake scan of the system that detects many compromised files. Security Shield 2012 says that these files are harmful, and they need to be replaced immediately, otherwise, there may be a serious system crash.

Important! Performing a system restore on your computer could help you to get rid of the older version of Security Shield. The creators of the Security Shield 2012 virus have disabled any ways of getting rid of it. They want this virus to be on your computer as long as possible. The only way to remove the latest Security Shield virus is to use a professional virus removal program.

The truth is that Security Shield 2012 is a scam tool, and it wants to take your money. It cannot provide you with reliable information about the state of your system. Remove Security Shield 2012 as soon as possible and use a genuine and effective security application to protect your computer from malicious software.

*SpyHunter’s free scanner is only for malware detection. If SpyHunter detects malware on your PC, you will need to purchase SpyHunter’s malware suite to remove the malware threats.

*SpyHunter's free scanner is only for malware detection. If it detects malicious software on your computer, you will need to purchase SpyHunter's malware tool to remove the detected threats.

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