Insecure.exe virus process termination and removal
Insecure.exe is the main process of a rogue security software called Internet Security 2014. There have been previous modifications of this fake antivirus program in the past, such as Internet Security 2012, Internet Security 2013 or simply Internet Security. The previous processses were called isecurity.exe, amsecure.exe, which are now replaced by insecure.exe. Use this guide that will explain to you how to terminate insecure.exe malware and then subsequently to delete Internet Security 2014 fake anti-malware application.
Internet Security 2014 cannot become your software that protects your system against viruses, even in spite of such a powerful name chosen by hackers that developed it. You should thus be very careful, there is a risk that your system will be even more infected if you keep this type of software on your computer. Failure to remove this scam on time may lead to unpredictable consequences, so beware. First of all, ignore anything you hear from this rogue, and, of course, make sure to search for the proper and real anti-virus solution that can help you overcome this pest effectively. Many anti-viruses, in fact, often render free malware removal instructions, but you should be very selective, since not all of them are as effective as they claim to be.
Internet Security 2014 acts typically like many other rogues that are similar to it. In fact, there are very many other examples of fake anti-viruses that resemble it. There has been quite a bunch of them, and they are known as the malwares that change their name once a day. So, they appear for a single day only, being replaced with a new product with a new name the following day. When this hoax is installed it modifies your system for the purpose of being launched automatically with every system startup. This is done by adding several registry entries that make it possible. So, this means that as soon as you actually turn your computer on Internet Security 2014 would be the very first thing you encounter. Immediately the rogue begins implementing its plans. In particular, it runs its fake system scans and reports various infections. The peculiarity of this scan is that it gets finished very quickly. So, obviously, this is not the scan that can identify real threats. This is why you should not trust any information you get from this malware. Removal of this scam is what must be done by you without hesitation. To do this please follow the guidelines outlined below.
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Internet Security 2014 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 insecure.exe
This will kill the process of Internet Security virus. (if you could not do it from the first attempt then try again)
- Alternatively, you may use this guide that will help you terminate the process of Internet Security 2014 – https://trojan-killer.net/how-to-terminate-the-process-of-malware/
- Download the latest version of GridinSoft Trojan Killer to your infected PC, install and run it.
Internet Security 2014 manual removal guide:
Delete Internet Security 2014 files:
%desktop%\internet security 2014.lnk
Delete Internet Security 2014 registry entries:
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Internet Security 2014