You misdeem that Internet Security Pro 2013 is a useful antivirus program and then allow its installation into the computer? But you come to realize that it does nothing good to your computer but to mess up the computer seriously? You cannot run the real legitimate antivirus program installed in the computer and even cannot install a new antivirus program because the virus has taken control of the computer thoroughly? Have no idea of how to get rid of the terrible virus? Please don’t be disheartened and review the post which contains the detailed information about the virus and the manual removal guide.
Internet Security Pro 2013 is a rogue program developed by cyber criminals, which poses as a professional antivirus program to rip computer users off. Similar to System Care Antivirus, Antivirus Security 2013 Virus and AVASoft Antivirus Professional, Internet Security Pro 2013 is able to sneak into the computer with the help of malicious websites or unknown links, spam email attachments and unidentified free software from hacked sources. You don’t know it has been into your computer until you see it starts to perform a system scan. It is rampant now so please be more cautious when you are surfing the Internet.
Awful things will happen if Internet Security Pro 2013 has installed itself successfully into the computer. Firstly, system settings and registry entries are modified allowing it to launch automatically whenever you start the computer. You will see a system scan running without your allowance and then a scan result showing that your computer is infected with a lot of dangerous viruses and full of security leaks. It is trying to convince you that purchasing it is full version can be the best way to fix the computer. Furthermore, it slows down the computer performance severely and corrupts the programs installed in the computer. You will find that you cannot perform any task including running programs and visiting websites in the infected computer. The virus alert from this fake program keeps popping up to scare you. To make things worse, cyber criminals may be able to gather your information in the computer furtively. No one can know what they will do to those collected information.
Antivirus program is produced to protect computers from being attacked by viruses from the Internet. But Internet Security Pro 2013 has no features that a real antivirus program shall have except the appearance, and it even does not have a virus reservoir. The main purpose of this rogue is to cheat you to pay for its so-called full version which is useless by displaying tons of viruses to scare you. Users may be at a loss because the virus has occupied the computer completely. Please don’t be frustrated and refer to the following removal guide which shall be processed carefully in case of any mistake destroying the computer.
1. Access safe mode with networking
Restart your computer to safe mode with networking. As your computer restarts but before the Windows start-up screen shows, press “F8” key repeatedly.
2. Show hidden files
(1). Click on the Start button and then on Control Panel
(2). Click on the Appearance and Personalization link
(3). Click on the Folder Options link
(4). Click on the View tab in the Folder Options window
(5). Choose the Show hidden files, folders, and drives under the Hidden files and folders category
(6). Click OK at the bottom of the Folder Options window.
3. Delete virus files
(1). Delete the related registry entries through Registry Edit.
Guides to open registry editor: Click “Start” menu, hit “Run”, then type “regedit”, click “OK”
While the Registry Editor is open, search and delete the following registry entries listed below:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “CertificateRevocation” =Random
(2). Find out and remove the associated files.
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Random “.exe”
In summary, Internet Security Pro 2013 is a nasty virus that attempts to cheat your money via disguising as a legitimate antivirus program. Accidentally visiting malicious websites or clicking on links released by cyber criminals, opening spam email attachments and installing unsafe freeware without unchecking the bundled installer of this rogue may lead to its infiltration into the computer. Every time you start the computer, you will see a system scan and a virus alert telling you that your computer is seriously infected with viruses. It also stops you from running any program in the computer, simultaneously prompting you to buy its registered full version to fix the computer. Please realize that it is a fake program aiming at tricking you into paying money. It indeed does nothing good to the computer system security. Please have this virus removed as early as possible.
Published by Deb Mirren on June 4, 2013 6:32 pm and last modified on June 4, 2013 6:37 pm.