Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 is a dangerous rogue application that tries to make its victims think it’s legitimate and worth to be trusted. It’s almost obvious that this scareware tries to mislead users into thinking that it’s a free version of Microsoft Security Essentials (legitimate application). However, if you pay attention to some spelling errors, you will clearly see that you have a deal with malware. In order to create a need of its licensed version, this program displays fake scanners that always state that computer is infected. For fixing it, Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 asks to pay for its license. Under no circumstances you should do that because this program is clearly created to mislead users into spending their money away. You must ignore its misleading alerts and remove Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 scareware from your PC. Mostly, this rogue is detected as Rogue.Win32.SecurityPro2013.
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013?
According to security experts, Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 is distributed via fake video update, which is required for watching this video online. As soon as you click the ‘update’ button, computer is infected with a Trojan horse, which downloads it’s files and additionally modifies the system to make this scareware active every time PC is rebooted. Besides, it has also been reported to block legitimate security programs and prevent virus removal. However, as we have already mentioned, the main task of Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 is to create a need of its licensed version. For that, it displays fake system scanners, alerts and notifications that state that your computer is infected:
This version of Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 is for trial purpose only.
Threats’ removal and real time protection features are disabled. Using trial version you can only perform scanning for viruses and malware and spyware on your PC.
To be able to remove threats and turn real time protection on, you need to activate Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013. To do so, click “Get Licence” button below.
As you can see, Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013 clearly seeks to get you out of your money by making you purchase its license. Instead of doing that, we highly recommend to remove this scareware from your PC.
HOW CAN I REMOVE Micorsoft Essential Security Pro 2013?
In order to remove Microsoft Essential Security Pro 2013, we recommend running a full system scan with reputable anti-malware program. In this case, use Reimage, which is a modern tool capable to find the latest infections hiding themselves under misleadingly named files. If you can’t launch it, rename its executable file from xxx.exe to xxx.com or reboot your computer to Safe Mode with Networking before downloading a program.
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