Security Shield virus. An old threat with new removal tips.

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Security Shield is not new virus to lots of users. This virus has been spreading through the internet for two years already and it only gets more powerful. As many other viruses this one modifies very often that is why you need to be careful with it. For those who know nothing about Security Shield we want to say that you should not believe anything what it provides you with! When Security Shield penetrates inside your system it tries to convince you that it is a good program with good purposes. But you need to look deeper.

Security Shield
Security Shield
Security Shield
Security Shield

Security Shield claims to be an antivirus and this is the one of its tricks. It shows you some threats, which in fact are created by Security Shield, and suggests you to buy its commercial version for the further successful elimination. Each time you restart your system Security Shield will run itself and do the same again and again. You will get a lot of different messages and pop-ups saying that your system is infected and needs to be repaired immediately. Just ignore everything for your own good.

Security Shield
Security Shield

Security Shield needs to be deleted and the sooner you do that the sooner you will get your system’s stable state back. What should you do to eliminate Security Shield from your system.

Security Shield
Security Shield

Download GridinSoft Trojan Killer here below. Security Shield can block it that is why you need to rename the name of the program into explorer.exe and run it. We also recommend you to scan your system with GridinSoft Trojan Killer from time to time in future to be sure that it is clean of viruses and totally safe.


Security Shield automatic remover:

Security Shield manual removal guide:

Delete Security Shield files:
%LocalAppData%\[rnd].exe
Delete Security Shield registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce [rnd] “%LocalAppData%\[rnd].exe”

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