Security Guard 2012 is a rogue antivirus program that displays fake security alerts and states that your computer is infected by trojans and orther malware. Just like the earlier versions, this rogue enters the system stealthy using Trojans and then starts pretending to be legit security program. It then runs a fake system scan and tries to scare users that they need to purchase its licensed version for getting rid of viruses found during the fake scan. This is a typical method used by all rogue security programs to steal money from victims. You should purchase it because not only you will lose your money but scammers may also steal your identity and sell it on underground markets. All you need you to know right now is the fact that Security Guard 2012 is a rogue antivirus programs, it's not developed by Microsoft or any other reputable security vendors, and that you need to remove Security Guard 2012 from the system as soon as possible.
As it was mentioned earlier, SecurityGuard 2012 begins its activity with fake system scanners that give easily predetermined results telling about numerous viruses detected. Following actions of this scareware will be also created alerts and ads that will usually appear on the desktop too frequently to be ignored and will distract your from your work. Security Guard 2012 just like any other rogue trends to notify its victims about dangerous infections detected and then misleads them by promising to fix viruses using its registered version. If you get annoyed by such notifications of Security Guard 2012, it means that you have malware on your computer. Don’t let the scammers make you a victim of their malicious plan – remove Security Guard 2012. And more more thing about this issue, it may block legitimate malware removal tools to protect itself from being removed. It can block task manager too. You may have to restart your computer in safe mode with networking to be able to download our removal tool.
Security Guard 2012 manual removal:
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