In this article we will explain how to stop the malicious process of Internet Security Pro virus. This process is called mwdefender.exe. You can’t remove Internet Security rogue if you don’t terminate its mwdefender.exe process first. Only after you kill it successfully will you be able to get rid of the rogue in its entirety.
Internet Security Pro virus described in this article claims to be some real antivirus program. It even has the very similar interface (known as GUI) and it imitates the scanning of your computer. However, this is nothing but the misleading campaign on fooling simple users and making them scared with the horrible report of this malware about various sorts of infections detected by it. Trusting this rogue is a serious mistake. Removing the hoax is the right decision. Ignoring its bogus and fake notifications is a must for you. Do not buy this malware application, no mater how convincing it might seem to you.
As we said before, when Internet Security Pro first attacks the PC it runs its bogus scan of your computer and then tells you to buy its license to get rid of all fake infections it finds. Plus, the rogue blocks your attempts to remove it, just as many other rogue security programs. This is why the removal of this scareware is as difficult as with other threats. Please follow our removal recommenations set forth below.
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- Terminate mwdefender.exe virus process by following this guide – //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 Pro manual removal guide:
Delete Internet Security Pro files:
%desktop%\Internet Security Pro.lnk
Delete Internet Security Pro registry entries:
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Internet Security Pro