Cyber criminals are ready to rip you off, because they have launched their latest production which goes by the name of Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013. This malware is pseudo-antivirus software which is expected to be regarded as a legitimate security tool and supposedly detects infections but does not remove them. But in order to remove fake infections you are supposed to purchase the full fake version of the malware. Do not buy it but delete the very rogue, because Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 might be the only infection on your computer.
This infection enters your system as a Trojan, which soon after the installation downloads Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 on your computer. Of course, you can install the malware yourself, but the unnoticed installation of the rogue by a Trojan is the commonest way of infection. To make you think that the system is infected, the malware produces impairments of the system, initiate fake scans and presents bogus infections, which you should not delete on your own. Convincing bogus notifications saying that a Trojan, a key logger or warm has infected the system are very frequent, and you might start truly believing that the system is at risk. Keep in mind the fact, that Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 is a bogus application, and due to this reason it should be removed from the system.
It is highly advisable to delete the rogue by using an automatic spyware removal tool, because this way of removal ensures that the infection is deleted completely. No elements of the rogue are left, and the system can again be used properly. Moreover, an antispyware application can be reused regularly to check the state of the system. You can also remove Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 manually, but you should be skilled at dealing with this type of problem. During the manual removal of the rogue, you have to eliminate everything related to the rogue to be certain that the infection is terminated completely, because even one file missed in the system might be a source of another infection.
During the fake system scan Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 finds various "viruses" that supposedly are damaging your system. The list of "detections" include Trojan-Dropper:OSX/Revir.B, Backdoor:OSX/Imuler.A, Backdoor:W32/Zxshell.A and similar infections that are not made up, but they do not reside in your system. Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 can look very convincing, because during the scan it also displays your own system configuration - the type of your processor, your operating system and so on.
If you try removing the supposed threats with Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 , you will not be allowed to do so, because the version that you have is "for trial purpose only":
This version of Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 is for trial purpose only. Threats’ removal and real time protection features are disabled. Using trial version you can only perform scanning for viruses and malware and spyware on your PC.
To be able to remove threats and turn real time protection on, you need to activate Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 . To do so, click “Get Licence” button below.
If you click on the button below, you will be forwarded to the Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 purchase page, where you will be offered and lifetime protection for 95.57$. This is where the rogue steals your money. Just as it has been mentioned above, you should not purchase the license no matter what. Purchasing the license would reveal your personal and financial information to a third party. It would result in illegal your bank account access and an ultimate money loss.
Thus, it is highly recommended to use SpyHunter in order to remove Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 from your system as soon as possible. Automatic removal would ensure further system protection from similar threat as well.