PC Security 2011 is a rogue anti-spyware program that deliberately uses false scan results in order to trick you into thinking that your computer is infected with spyware, adware and viruses. When PC Security 2011 is installed it will be configured to automatically start when you login to your computer. Once started, the rogue program will pretend to scan your computer for malicious software and list a variety of infections that cannot be removed unless you purchase the full version of PC Security 2011. Some of these alerts will read:
These infections are fake and do not actually exist on your computer. Please do not purchase PC Security 2011 and remove it from your computer as soon as possible using automatic removal tool or manual removal instructions outlined below.
PC Security 2011 reports the same infections regardless of the computer it is run on. It will block legitimate programs, antivirus software in the first place, and system tools to protect itself from being removed. It will display fake security warnings and pop-ups saying that your computer in infected with trojans and other malware. It will prompt you to active the rogue program and protect your computer against other infections. Some of the fake alerts you may see:
As you can see, PC Security 2011 is designed to trick you into thinking you are infected in the hopes that you purchase their program. Please use the removal guide below to remove this rogue and any associated malware from your computer. We strongly recommend you to use STOPzilla to remove this infection.
In order to disable PC Security 2011, you can try enetering this serial code in Help and Support: xxx32-x0x9x-1x9x2 which was announced by S!Ri security expert.