Internet Security Essentials is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as Smart Internet Protection 2011 malware. It is promoted through the use of fake online scanners and via infected websites. Once installed, this rogue program will run a fake system scan and then will state that your computer in infected with trojans, worms and other viruses. Internet Security Essentials will prompt you to buy the full version of the program to remove found malware and to ensure system protection against other threats. However, you shouldn’t purchase this rogue program. It’s a scam. Instead, please use the removal instructions below to remove Internet Security Essentials from your computer.
While running, Internet Security Essentials will display a bunch of fake security alerts and pop-ups stating that your computer is infected or under attack from a remote server. The scammers want to make you think that your computer is infected with and to further scare you into buying their useless program. What is more, Internet Security Essentials may block practically all programs on your computer saying that they are either infected or may cause serious damage to the system. Last, but not least, Internet Antivirus 2011 will hijack Internet Explorer and redirect you to various misleading websites that may harm your computer or install other malware. As you can see, Internet Security Essentials is nothing more but a scam. If you find that your computer in infected with this rogue program then use our removal guide below. We strongly recommend you to remove this malware from your PC using an automatic removal tool given below.