Personal Security removal guide.
Personal Security is a one more clone of rogue Total Security and Cyber Security. Once installed and active, Personal Security uses misleading tactis and tries to convience the user that his system is seriously infected. These infections, though, do not really exist and are being shown to scare you into purchasing the program. While PersonalSecurity is running it will display security alerts on your desktop stating that your computer is under attack or that active malware has been detected. These alerts are just cunning tactics where they are trying to convince you that your computer has a viruses and should be ignored.
PersonalSecurity generates enormous amounts of pop-ups asking user to pay for using the program. There is actually nothing to pay for since Personal Security is only capable of loading pop-ups and hijacking web browser. PersonalSecurity may considerably limit internet connection and computer’s performance.
We advise you to be extremely careful with this malicious software. Do not install it yourselves. It is extremely important to remove all the components of the PersonalSecurity and all the malware and trojans that it might have come bundled with.
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Personal Security automatical remover:
As you might have foreseen, Personal Security is not a lonely walker in the empty space. In contrary, it has multiple ties with other rogues so that complex malware removal is the best way to get rid of Personal Security. In addition, if you remove Personal Security automatically, you get life-time protection from malware aggression.
Personal Security manual removal guide:
Delete Personal Security files:%programfiles%\psecurity\psecurity.exe
%appdata%\microsoft\internet explorer\quick launch\psecurity.lnk
Delete Personal Security registry entries:HKEY_USERS\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\ “[HEX numeric random name]”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run “wow64main.exe”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run “PSecurity”