Internet Security 2012 is the program known as rogue security software, similar to Privacy Protection, Security Protection and Malware Protection. This is the type of fake anti-virus tool that should be avoided. If it has interfered into your computer (and it does this without your consent) then surely it is not good to keep it installed. The only right decision would be to get rid of Internet Security 2012 virus without hesitation. When the malware is successfully brought to your PC it would run the fake system scan of your computer, imitating the real one. The threats it detects are all unreal. W32.Blaster.Worm is one of them. Even though this can be a real virus still, in this case, Internet Security 2012 hoax knows nothing about its existence. By the way, each file you attempt to launch is not the exception - Internet Security 2012 would report it as the one infected with W32.Blaster.Worm. Definitely, this can’t be the truth. The virus would not let you run Task Manager, Internet Explorer or other browser, saying that your computer is infected with this type of threat. Similarly, when you try to run any available anti-virus tool (legitimate one) the rogue would simply not let you do it, saying that it is also infected with the above-mentioned Trojan. Of course, such information can’t be of truth. The reason why Internet Security 2012 tells you about all those fake threats is because it wants to scare you into thinking that your computer is in a desperate condition. Then, on this basis, the hoax would try to persuade you to obtain its full or commercial (registered) version, allegedly able to remove all those fake threats. Keep in mind that if you do so and indicate its license, serial or activation code (registration key) the malware might self-disappear. It would be just uninstalled from your computer and that’s it. So, you actually paid for the software that no longer is inside of your computer. Regretfully, this is the mistake that several users have already made. You should avoid making payment for this rogue security application. The best solution in this case would be to remove the above-mentioned rogue from your computer immediately, without hesitation. For this purpose please follow our special virus removal guide provided below. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time if you require any assistance on our part.
Internet Security 2012 removal milestones:
- Click “Start” and select “Run”. In the respective field insert the word combination “taskkill.exe /F /IM isecurity.exe” (without quotation marks). Click “OK”. Repeat the process the necessary number of times until isecurity.exe (the main process of Internet Security 2012) is successfully terminated.
- Download, install and run GridinSoft Trojan Killer.
- Remove all detected items and reboot your PC. Repeat the scan in the case of necessity.