Security Protection is another bogus anti-spyware application which must be uninstalled before it manages to rip you off. Most of the time, it is promoted through the use of Trojans that display fake security alerts additionally. Furthermore, it might be advertised on various malicious websites or via fake online scanners. These alerts state that your computer is seriously infected with malware, spyware or Trojans and that you should install 'licensed', 'full' or whatever it is caled versiont in order to remove these threats. We must wanr you that su version of Security Protection does not even exist and purchasing it means giving your money for scammers.You should have no doubts and remove Security Protection trial version and if you have purchased it already – contact your credit card company to dispute the charges.
Once installed, Security Protection will supposedly scan your computer and provide a list of dangerous infections and security risks that can be removed only with a full version this bogus software. It will start such activity as soon as you reboot your PC, so be prepared for interruptions of Security Protection. Of course, these infections do not actually exist on your computer and they have the only aim – to scare you. Security Protection displays these fake infections in order to scare you into purchasing the program. The rogue will also constantly display fake security alerts. These alerts are similar to this one shown below:
Security Protection is a scam, don't purchase it under any circumstances. Instead, you should get rid of this parasite as soon as possible. Otherwise, it will cause even more damage. Please use the removal guide stated below to removal Security Protection from your computer. Besides, if you have problems with removal, use this regitration code of Security Protection: SL55J-T54YHJ61-YHG88. This will disable various pop up messages and allow you running an antispyware program.
Security Protection manual removal:
%Documents and Settings%[User Name]asr.dat
%Documents and Settings%[User Name]Application Data1tmp.bat
%Documents and Settings%[User Name]Application Datadefender.exe
%Documents and Settings%[User Name]Application Datascan.dll
%Documents and Settings%[User Name]Application Data[random].tmp
%Documents and Settings%[User Name]DesktopSecurity Protection.lnk
%Documents and Settings%[User Name]Start MenuSecurity Protection.lnk