Windows Secure Kit 2012 is a browser hijacker that has been noticed even on some well known websites. It seems that it's a new way how scammers try to distribute Security Shield and other rogue anti-spywares that have been found to belong to FakeVimes or WinWebSec families of rogues. Undoubtedly, scammers seek to generate some money in this way.
By displaying fake Windows Security Alert that reports about numerous viruses detected, Windows Secure Kit 2012 initiates a need to purchase licensed version of Security Shield. Please, never fall into this scam. Instead of that, make sure your anti-virus and anti-spyware programs are up to date in order to have Windows Secure Kit 2012 flagged as malware before it tricks you. In addition, if you have noticed Security Shield on your computer, don't leave it there because it will continue redirecting you to its purchase page or even may disable you from the internet and let more viruses inside. We highly recommend you to run a full system scan with SpyHunter and Spyware Doctor to remove Security Shield without any delay.
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