Nowadays the world wide web is just overwhelmed with lots of Fake Security Programs. Unfortunately, at this very moment they are being rapidly spread and planted on many computers. By the way, they create the impression of certain reliable tools that promise you to optimize the work of your system. At the same time, in reality they are typical malware with programmed objective to steal funds out of potential victims. By the way, normally they do not even suspect or realize that all such “reliable tools” are fake.
These programs in most of the cases penetrate through various online ads or via some Trojans that would initiate the range of fictitious security alerts threatening PC users. Please be advised that most of Fake Security Programs are generally promoted as certain great software that would not only clean but also optimize the arrangement of files and system registry in order to provide greater system performance and to speed up the computer. However, the main and final purpose of these fake tools is simply to convince PC users to buy these fake programs. Moreover, if you do not get rid of them in due time, your system may have even more serious problems.
Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Trojan is one such fake security programs?
This is typical Trojan aiming to persuade and threaten PC users that their computers are infected with viruses and that they desperately need to improve system protection in order to remove detected scam. In reality, of course, no scam is detected. This is all fake and untrue. However, for the purpose of convincing fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert would offer as many as 35 various anti-spywares. It is important to note that some of them are indeed capable of getting rid of true viruses, but Microsoft Security Essentials Alert would not let you download them or even click on them. On the contrary, the program would offer you 5 programs that are not legitimate ones: Major Defense Kit, AntiSpySafeguard, Red Cross Antivirus, Pest Detector 4.1 and Peak Protection 2010.
Please be aware that all these tricks are initiated as soon as Trojan penetrates inside of your system. It would commence to display various alerts that, by the way, look very similar to well-known legitimate Windows Microsoft Security Essentials program. Then this fake tool would start ensuring you that there was indeed a Trojan (Unknown Win32/Trojan) detected. Then the program would tell you that it is not possible to remove this Trojan. Afterwards it would invite you to perform online scan which would shows this supposed Trojan as infection. It would then invite users to click on a Free Install button.
After clicking all these 5 rogues automatically repeat a “full” system scan which was carried out earlier. People are similarly told that there is a great variety of viruses detected and now the program needs to be obtained if user wants to permanently get rid of them. This Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert starts reporting its alerts as soon as computer reboots and to make you scared of horrifying reports about infection of many legitimate system files. Again, these reports are all fake.
Dear customer, we strongly emphasize your attention that Major Defense Kit, AntiSpySafeguard, Red Cross Antivirus, Peak Protection 2010, Pest Detector 4.1 and AntiSpy Safeguard are indeed very similar to each other. As soon as you detect them in your system please make sure to ignore all their alerts and if you have already been deceived by fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert do NOT purchase Major Defense Kit, no matter how strongly you are being convinced to do so. You MUST remove this scam, just like you must delete AntiSpySafeguard, Red Cross Antivirus, Peak Protection 2010, Pest Detector 4.1 or AntiSpy Safeguard.
No doubt, fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert was initially designed to scare users and convince them to purchase it by making it seem as if your PC is indeed infected. Needless to mention, you should not purchase this program, and if you have already done so, you should immediately take the measures to remove it from your PC to prevent from further spreading of its hazardous activity. To remove this infection and any other similar malware, please be so kind to attentively read and follow the advises stipulated below.
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