My Security Shield is a program that has nothing to do with computer’s protection and virus removal. It may only cause annoyances and disruption on systems operation and Internet community. This Security Master Av-inspired program belongs to a list of malicious program that spreads on the Internet and is used as a money-making activity for its authors. It can also spread via Trojan that can easily get into the computer from its various security exploits and software weaknesses. It can also arrived on PC as an attached file to a spam email messages that contains tempting contents so that users may execute the attached file. My Security Shield virus was also found embedded to different programs hosted on peer-to-peer networks waiting for innocent users to download them.
When successfully installed on the computer, My Security Shield will issue various alerts and warning messages stating that computer is infected by a virus. Each time Windows is started, My Security Shield will perform a virus scan and present untrue results to deceive users and persuade them to purchase the full version of this fake program in order to remove threats. If followed, you will end up losing your money and having a useless and rogue program in return. So remove My Security Shield as soon as you observe any symptoms inside your PC. There are free and effective anti-malware program that will get rid of this fake antivirus instantly.
|OS Affected||Windows XP, Windows Vista|
What are the Symptoms of My Security Shield Infection?
Its graphical user interface will display an activate button. It will always advise you to purchase the registration key to have ultimate protection.
Update: May 23, 2012
There are new observations about this malware. It is making another round again. However, this time, it is more harmful due to the rootkit Trojan that comes with it. Only way to avoid My Security Shield and Rootkit Trojan is to stay away from unknown or suspicious web sites. Do not click right away on links you can find on facebook and instant messengers. Be cautious when using the Internet.