Amsecure.exe is the main process of Internet Security 2013 virus. Its most typical location would be %CommonAppData%\amsecure.exe and this means that for Windows XP the file location is C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\amsecure.exe and for Windows Vista/7 it is C:\ProgramData/amsecure.exe. When Internet Security 2013 virus approaches and finally gets installed onto your computer it would report various sorts of security problems. It would, in fact, tell of many viruses allegedly attacking it, whereas W32/Blaster.worm infection is reported by it more often then other ones. Such virus (W32/Blaster.worm) is real, but not in this case. The software bearing the name of Internet Security 2013 is not capable of identifying real security threats and thus cannot remove them. The reason why this rogue security program was developed was to trick users into paying for the licensed version of this malware program. Developing fake anti-virus applications is one of the key components of today’s generalized structure of cyber crimes, and every year the growth rates of this unfair and criminal business increase rapidly. So, when you see Internet Security 2013 fake anti-spyware in front of you remember what we’ve told you – this is a rogue security tool and not any legitimate program. Do not let this malware sample scare you. The reports it gives are not based on the true facts. You must ignore them all and get rid of the hoax without hesitation. Needless to mention, do not pay for this program. You will waste your money and will not receive any decent protection of security for your computer. In fact, by disclosing your personal bank details or the information about your credit card you are making your finances vulnerable to further attacks and attempts of the frauds to rob you. Finally, if you purchase their malware application you are supporting them for further cyber crimes and development of other versions of rogue anti-malware applications. So, be wise and do not let the frauds fool you.