InSysSecure is a program that has nothing common with PC security. InSysSecure is a rogue anti-spyware which only pretends to be a useful application but in reality it’s just one more creation of WiniSoft group of malwares. This parasite has only German, French and Italian versions at the moment but it can be predicted to release the English variant to become more “successful” and infect more PCs.
InSysSecure is installed through the help of Trojans. These scams insist to be video codecs or flash updates needed for watching videos online. However, instead of downloading these “necessary” files, Trojans get into the machine and also download all the data needed for InSysSecure. Moreover, they configure the program to start automatically when computer begins and create fake random files that drop in the system. In fact, these files do not pose any harm and danger.
When InSysSecure finds itself comfortable, it starts scanning the system for malware. The rogueware detects its own earlier created files, though, reports that only its “full” version is capable to fix everything. Hundreds of various trojans, worms and other malware are announced for the victim trying to make him scared and push into purchasing the scam. What is more, InSysSecure displays fake Windows Security Center that suggests purchasing this malware to protect a computer and hijacks Internet Explorer to apparently display those security warnings written above. InSysSecure produces fake security alerts and messages that all state: “Active malware has been found!”, “You are being attacked by a remote computer”, “You are sending sensitive data to a remote location!”. These messages in German, French or Italian looks like that:
Do not purchase InSysSecure because it’s a useless application. Ignore all these fake warnings and scan results because they are all false and delete InSysSecure. Remember, if you have already purchased the program, please contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.
InSysSecure manual removal:
Delete registry values: