You know that nothing good can come from My Security Shield when you take into consideration the rogues which have come before it. This computer threat hails from the same nest as My Security Engine and Virus Doctor. Just from this one fact it should be obvious that My Security Shield is not a program to be played with. This infection should be tackled down seriously and efficiently, if you want to avoid being robbed, because easy money is the main reason why rogue antispyware applications are created.
It might be hard to determine the exact moment when My Security Shield enters your system. For one, this rogue does not announce of its presence immediately after the infiltration. It might take some time for My Security Shield to come out in the open. In order to prevent the infection, you need to stay away from suspicious websites, especially those that are abundant of flashing advertisements and various links, leading you to other websites of even more dubious content. You need to realize that one single click on the flash advertisement or on that suspicious link might initiate the download of My Security Shield.
When this rogue is in, it messes with your registry key entries and performs certain changes that allow it to load together with your Windows. Thus My Security Shield scan interface can jump into action once you boot your computer. This rogue has been created in a way that is performs a fake system scan, showing you terrifying results. It looks like an integral part of your operating system, and it gives you an endless list of viruses and parasites that supposedly are there in your computer. Then it offers to remove them all in exchange of “Ultimate Protection” activation. Do not believe in these blatant lies. The scan and its results are just as fake as the following security messages:
Warning! Virus detected
Threat Detected: Trojan-PSW.VBS.Half
Description: This is a VBScript-virus. It steals user's passwords.
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Memory access problem
WindowsErrorForm has encountered a problem at address 0x1FC408.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
If you see this error again, operational information can be irrevocably lost.
Everything is devised to push you into paying for this fraudulent program. If you do so, you will expose your credit card number, expiration date and the CVV2 code to the cyber criminals who created the rogue, and then they will be able to tap into your bank account anytime.
Delete My Security Shield right now before it slowed down your computer to the point you could no longer operate it. If you don’t know how to do it manually, use a trustworthy computer safeguard application to do the job. It doesn’t matter which way of deleting the malware you prefer as long as My Security Shield disappears from your computer for good.