Be careful, there are a lot of infections in the cyber world today that mask their covetous plans under some garments of security software. There’s a fake Windows Security Center that dwells in some computers today, and you should differentiate it from real Windows Security Center. How does this faulty Windows Security Center appear on infected computer? The point is that the installation of it is carried out by means of some Trojan horse that is often being spread via Internet Explorer vulnerability (as well as the vulnerabilities of other browsers).
The programs that use fake Windows Security Center are classified by many security blogs as MultiRogues. Also, some users and web-sites nominate such malicious programs as the ones belonging to FakeRean or Braviax malware clan. Keep in mind that these applications are being installed onto infected PCs without user’s permission or approval. The infiltration process is actually hidden from user’s attention.
Once the installation of these FakeRean malwares takes place this fake Windows Security Center window appears. It says that some dangerous infections were found on your computer, and so it recommends users to download and install some security software. However, this software is already installed, and this is a fake security software (rogue). You should be careful not to trust any deceitful information presented by this faulty security program. Nothing reported by it is of the truth. The only goal of Braviax malwares is to rip users off and to make them waste money for the totally helpless anti-virus programs. So, please remove them from your computer with the help of GridinSoft Trojan Killer.