PC Internet Security 2010 - How To Remove?


PC Internet Security 2010 is nothing else but a rogue anti-spyware which similarly to PC Defender 2010 should be removed from the system without thinking. PCInternetSecurity2010 comes into the targeted computer via security vulnerabilities and firewall flaws found and uses Trojans infections for its secret intrusion. Additionally, PC Internet Security 2010 becomes actively operating when all its data is downloaded and concentrates activity into malicious its goals. Classically, malware expects to convince people that they really have hundreds of viruses on their computers and then directly offers its useless removal services for swindling the money.

When active, PC Internet Security 2010 begins with displaying fake system scanners that just like misleading alerts claim to detect tons of viruses. Users are also bombarded by annoying pop-up ads and directly pushed into installing the full version of PC Internet Security 2010 for fixing everything. It is claimed that only commercial version of PC Internet Security 2010 is capable to remove “detected” viruses and because of that people are made to buy this dangerous application.

However, in truth every PC error or virus reported by the trialware of PC Internet Security 2010 is fabricated and do not even exist. It should be clear that its licensed version is the most unreasonable purchase which will definitely fail to remove infections. Get a reputable anti-spyware instead of this scam and delete PC Internet Security 2010 as soon as this program appears.

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I have been working with 2-viruses.com project for a while now and I would like to think that our research team has managed to raise awareness about cyber security. I study the newest infections, help out with manual instructions and answer questions that our users might have.

April 9, 2010 15:10, April 9, 2010 15:13

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