Security Guard Removal Guide

Do you know what is Security Guard?

Security Guard is classified as rogue anti-spyware software, due to the fact it makes use of misleading methods in order to coerce unsuspecting users into purchasing its full license version. Security Guard is a clone of Cleanup Antivirus,  As is typical of rogue applications, Security Guard also referred to as Security Guard, employs the use of false scan results and fake security warnings to carry out their main goal of creating purchase orders for their misleading software. Security Guard will state that the computer in question is infected with a variety of Trojan infections, adware or malware and that you should purchase Security Guard to remove these infections. Never forget that these infections are all fictitious and don't actually exist on the computer. Security Guard is installed via the use of Trojan infections, such as the notorious Zlob or Vundo.

In non-techie terms

Security Guard might also be promoted on various affiliated malicious websites. Once active, Security Guard will ostensibly scan your computer and list various fake infections or security issues. The computer will then also be bombarded with very annoying pop-up messages and security alerts. Obviously, these alerts are also fake. If your computer is infected with Security Guard, make sure you remove it and all its affiliated components!

Aliases: SecurityGuard, rogue.Security Guard, rogue.SecurityGuard.