Internet Security is a rogue antispyware application that has a formidable background. It comes from a line of multiple clones and computer threats. Privacy Protection, Win PC Antivirus, XP Police Antivirus, Malware Protection, and a lot of other similar rogues are the predecessors of Internet Security, so you should not expect anything less from this new piece of malware.
Just like any other rogue, Internet Security pretends to be a legitimate computer safeguard program, because it wants your money. It slows down your computer and bombards you with multiple fake security notifications with intention to scare you into believing that there is no other way out of this situation but to purchase the full version of Internet Security. This rogue can even block you from opening your programs, just to intensify the impression that you are really suffering from multiple infections.
Also, Internet Security can block your access to various websites that might contain information on rogue removal. Everything is done in order to extend the rogue’s stay in your computer. However, you should not give up, because if you allow Internet Security to stay, you will surrender your system to a complete crash.
First of all, you should pay no heed to the scan results that say you are infected with such parasites as Email-Worm.Brontok, Mal/Generic-A, Trojan.Agent or W32.Blaster.Worm. The results are fake, and these parasites do not plague you. Another fake thing about Internet Security is its security notifications:
Hidden file transfers to remote host has been detected.
has detected a leak of your files through the Internet. We strongly recommend that you block the attack immediately.
Malicious program has been detected. Click here to protect your computer.
If you see them pop up on your screen it’s the most obvious sign that you have to do something about Internet Security immediately. And the first thing you should take care of is these messages. If you use this serial code to “register” the rogue, the messages will stop popping up:
But just because you can no longer see Internet Security act up, it doesn’t mean it is gone. The rogue is still there, and you must remove Internet Security at once. Invest in an anti-rogue tool that will erase Internet Security automatically and will scan your computer for other possible infections. Do not wait when your system security is on the line.