W32.Blaster.Worm – synonym of Internet Security scam

andy | February 25, 2012

Be not deceived with Internet Security and its fake warnings about W32.Blaster.Worm presence on your PC. This is the application bearing the mask of some good anti-malware program whereas it is only meant to scare users into thinking that there is something really wrong with their computers. Then, on this basis, the rogue would offer them to make the purchase of it in order to make the problems removed. There is nothing wrong in purchasing good programs, but this is definitely not the case with Internet Security rogue. When it is inside of your system it reports all files you try to launch as the ones infected with W32.Blaster.Worm. However, Internet Security and its isecurity.exe is the file you must remove. This is the ultimate source of infections on your PC.


Internet Security rogue

Internet Security malware

When Internet Security virus gets inside of your system it would immediately run its fictitious and bogus system scan. As it was already mentioned above, the scan would report thousands of infections which are far away from the truth. This means that actually they do not even dwell on your computer. What is true indeed is the fact that most probably this malware is the only virus available inside of your system. For this reason you should not make any payments for it. On the other hand, make sure and delete this malware and scam applications at once, without any sort of hesitation. We have issued this post specifically to draw your attention to the successful removal of this above-mentioned trojan threat. Make sure and dispute all kinds of charges if you have already mistakenly purchased the virus called Internet Security.


GridinSoft LLC and GridinSoft Trojan Killer are NOT connected, associated or consorted with the developers of Internet Security rogue anti-virus software.


Internet Security removal video:

Internet Security automatic removal steps:

  • Click “Start” menu and go to “Run” option. Type-in the following text exactly as it is specified here:

    taskkill.exe /F /IM isecurity.exe

    This will kill the process of Internet Security virus. (if you could not do it from the first attempt then try again)

  • Download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to your infected PC, install and run it.

Internet Security manual removal guide:

Delete Internet Security files:
%appdata%isecurity.exe
Delete Internet Security registry entries:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRunInternet Security

12 Comments

  1. Gon says:

    Gracias por la informacion! Me ha servido de ayuda! :D

  2. nicole says:

    HELP. This crap malware internet prtection scam is on my laptop. It wont let me access anything,not even the internet. It is saying everything is “infected”. I tried going to start menu and run but it cant find what it says above to type in. Im doing this message via my nook. Plz help! Thanks Nicole

  3. Raquel says:

    Pon la siguiente clave con tu email en Internet Security para que deje maniobrar por el resto de aplicaciones (internet, ejecutar…)

    Y86REW-T75FD5-U9VBF4A

    Y luego ya te descargas el Trojan killer y a por él.

    Es lo que he hecho yo y parece que la cosa funciona.

    Suerte

    Y muchas gracias por el enlace!!

  4. Gerson says:

    Me funciono a la primera Ese isecurity.exe esta en C:\programdata\isecurity.exe de hally lo elimine y ya no me esta dando problemas saludos

  5. Dave says:

    I got this and it consumed my entire evening. I was able to run my antivirus program and it indicated there was no problem. So I checked my firewall permissions list and noticed at the very end “isecurity”, and deleted it. End problem.

  6. Philo says:

    Thanks for this! User visited an infected site and got this program installed automatically; I just about fainted when she showed me the “infected by Blaster worm” warning. A quick visit here and I was reassured. Thanks for the CMD line tip — NOTE FOR OTHERS: at first I was unable to use CMD prompt as it would open and then immediately shut down. If this happens, right-click and run CMD as a different user. Should work.
    Ran the CMD line, then deleted isecurity.exe from Documents and Settings>All Users>Application Data.

  7. Dave says:

    Turned out to be a temporary fix. So I typed in the taskkill command as given above. So far, so good.

  8. ashley hernandez says:

    i installed and paid for this internet sercurity are u guys telling me that this is a fraud and really just a virius if so them how do i get it off n get my money back!!!!

  9. lori says:

    thank you so much! the only way I could get rid of the program was philo’s method :)

  10. Brad says:

    what happens when you key the command ‘taskkill.exe /F /IM isecurity.exe’
    and the laptop states it cannot find taskkill.exe

    Some assistance would be appreciated.

    Thanks

  11. Paulo says:

    Me ajudou bastante, mais até pelos comentários.
    Para bloquear o programa, tive de iniciar em modo de segurança e seguir até c:\programdata , lá eu deletei o arquivo isecurity. exe e consegui então mexer no meu computador normalmente.

  12. Marius says:

    Thanks a lot. I spent more than 12 hours trying to remove the worm/virus and finally I found your web page and your program removed the virus/trojan.

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