If Internet Security 2013 warns that you need to remove tens of different infections which supposedly have taken over your personal computer, we recommend that you do not act too hasty. First of all, none of the listed threats actually exist. Secondly, the main purpose of these threats is to trick targeted computer users into thinking that they need to purchase the full version of the fictitious malware removal application. This is not something you should do because your money will end up in the hands of schemers and you will have nothing in return. There are no benefits regarding the rogue or its activity, which is why you should remove Internet Security 2013 from the computer.
The devious fake AV uses a deceptive computer scanner to trick you into thinking that various computer threats await removal; however, you should also beware of various pop-up notifications:
Your system security is in danger. Privacy threats detected. Spyware, keyloggers or Trojans may be working in the background right now. Perform an in-depth scan and removal now, click here.
Unknown program is scanning your system registry right now! Identity theft detected!
The security of your operating Windows system is not in the proclaimed danger and the only ‘unknown’ program scanning the computer is Internet Security 2013 itself! The rogue is an illegitimate tool and you will face it only if you act carelessly when surfing the web and downloading software. As research shows, cyber crooks can employ social engineering and drive-by download schemes to drop malware onto the PC without your knowledge.
Once the rogue anti-spyware is activated, a fake computer scanner and aforementioned pop-ups will continuously bombard you with recommendations to purchase the licensed version of the tool which cannot delete spyware or guard your PC against schemers’ attacks. Therefore, the first threat you should remove is Internet Security 2013. Needless to say, if you do not have experience, it may be difficult to delete the rogue manually and then shield it against future attacks.
Automatic removal is the most beneficial and reliable way to delete Internet Security 2013 from the PC. Once you acquire and activate a legitimate and reliable tool, all existing infections will be deleted from the computer and you will not need to worry further. Do not forget to remove the infection even if you have paid money for its full version tool. It is also advisable to contact the bank in order to request for a refund, since money have been scammed straight out of your own hands. Overall, do not forget to delete the infection right away; otherwise, security vulnerabilities could be used to infiltrate other infections.