Total Security Protection Center Removal Guide

Do you know what Total Security Protection Center is?

Total Security Protection Center is a notification found to be fake. Total Security Protection Center may be popped up on your screen coming from a rogue anti-spyware program that is installed on your computer. From research it was identified that Total Security is the rogue anti-spyware program that displays the Total Security Protection Center message.

In non-techie terms:
Total Security Protection Center message appears to be a security warning notification recommending that you take certain actions to activate the Total Security Protection Center. If a user clicks on this message then other malware may be installed in addition to the Total Security rogue application.

The Total Security Protection Center message may read similar to the following:

Total Security Protection Center

Security Notice!

To protect your computer, make sure the three security essentials are turned ON. If the settings are not ON, follow the recommendations. To return to the security senter later, open Control Panel.

Protection Center reports that 'Total Security' is not activated. Antivirus software helps to prevent your computer against viruses and other security threats. Click
Recommendations for the suggested actions. Your system migth be at risk now.

Your version of TotalSecurity still not activated yet.
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Aliases: Total Security Protection Center, TotalSecurity Protection Center, Total Security.