Security Shield 2011

What is Security Shield 2011?

Security Shield 2011 comes from a line of dangerous rogue antispyware applications and it is no different from its predecessors. It enters your system with a pretense of being a legitimate security program, while in fact in only wants to swindle you out of your money. Security Shield 2011 is a sneaky rogue and it can bypass your antivirus system, so it is highly recommended that you have more than one computer safeguard programs active.

This rogue can be delivered to your computer by a Trojan, which you have caught at some infected site. If you browse the Internet without any caution, from time to time you might land in websites which are hacked and which distribute various types of malware. They don’t even need to prompt you about the download – it starts automatically, and before you know it, you have a Trojan. After a while that Trojan downloads the installer file for Security Shield 2011 and you have yet another problem to solve.

Security Shield 2011 usually shows various warning messages trying to scare You:

Warning! 21 infections found!
During the last scan malicious programs (8), viruses (8), adware (0), spyware (4), tracking cookies (1) were detected.
Possible harm includes:
System crash
Permanent Data loss
System startup failure
System slowdown
Internet connection loss
Virus spreading on your network

Activate Security Shield
You need to activate Security Shield on your computer to perform this action. Do you want to activate Security Shield now?
Yes, activate Security Shield
Click to activate antivirus and remove all the threats (Recommended)

No, continue unprotected
Continue without activation Security Shield (High risk)

The most important thing about Security Shield 2011 is to ignore every single thing it says. It might be drawing a very gloomy picture of your computer security, but none of that is true. You simply need to get yourself a good malware detector tool and then delete Security Shield 2011 as soon as you can, because if you allow it to stay in your system, this rogue will bother you like there is no tomorrow.

If You have problems bypassing Security Shield 2011 program to remove it, you may try this serial code:

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Automatic Security Shield 2011 Removal

Automatic rogue removal is the safest way to get rid of Security Shield 2011. It will meet the expectations of both – novice and experience computer users. Using a legitimate antimalware program to delete Security Shield will be fast and efficient, and none of your system files will be harmed. You should also take into consideration the fact that with an antimalware program you will protect your system from other rogue antispyware that might try to infect you sometime around in the future.

In order to make the automatic removal smoother do “register” Security Shield 2011 with this registration code: 64C665BE-4DE7-423b-A6B6-BC0172B25DF2. This will make all the fake notifications that Security Shield 2011 annoys you with disappear and you will be able to load your internet browser without any problems. Load your browser and download SpyHunter. Install the program and run it. SpyHunter will detect and remove Security Shield 2011 immediately, and your computer will go back to normal.
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Manual Security Shield 2011 Removal

Manual removal is recommended only for those who are used to working with Registry Editor and system files. If you want to delete Security Shield 2011 manually you will need to delete a lot of rogue-related files that are dropped in the System directory, and if you don’t really know what is what, you might end up deleting important system files. As a result that would cripple your system. However, if you how to deal with Security Shield 2011 on your own, here is the course of actions you should follow:

1) Terminate the following processes:
[random].exe2) Security Shield 2011 has dropped a subkey into the Registry, so you need to open the Registry Editor (regedit) and remove these unnecessary registry entries:
3) Now locate these rogue-related files and terminate them permanently:

  1. Where there is a will, there is a way.

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