Internet Security 2010 Removal Guide

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Internet Security 2010 is the latest rogue anti-spyware application, causing only havoc on the internet community. Hailing from the same rogue ware family as Advanced Virus Remover and AdvancedVirusRemover, Internet Security 2010 tends to spread itself via Trojan infections, spam emails or via its affiliated web-sites. The malicious activity carried out by Internet Security 2010 involves the generation of fabricated pop-up alert messages and fake system scans, which will always report the presence of certain infections occupying the user’s computer system.

In non-techie terms:

Once installed, Internet Security 2010 may be configured to run automatically upon each system launch, which means the annoying pop-up messages will appear as soon as the user logs onto their system. Internet Security 2010will bombard the user with dozens of fake alert messages, suggesting that the only solution would be to purchase the full version of this fake software - in order to remove the ‘detected’ threats. Remember – purchasing Internet Security 2010 ‘licensed’ version is only going to end up being a huge waste of money. If Internet Security 2010 has been detected in a machine, it should be deleted immediately.

Aliases: InternetSecurity2010, Internet Security2010, InternetSecurity 2010.