AVOID Security Shield


Do NOT Accept any service offered by Security Shield

Security Shield  appears to be a VERY AGGRESSIVE  malware that sneaks into your computer and appears to scan your system where it finds several (other) malware programs that it warns you need immediate removal -AND- naturally Security Shield offers to remove  for you. Do NOT accept it!

Be sure you have a reputable AntiVirus program. Keep it upto date, either by frequent manual updates or (preferrably) enabling automatic updates. Upgrade to the most complete version that you can technically and financially handle.

My home system was attacked this morning. My Norton Internet Security program did not block the initial attack  but shortly afterwards appears to have removed it.

If possible do an online search for Security Shield. If necessary seek Professional Help.

SD7  🙁

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7 Responses to AVOID Security Shield

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    • Stephen D7 says:

      The point of the post is to highlight the NEED for up-to-date security. Hackers and scammers are trying to get in-and-out before your protection can react. Although super fast blacklisting of recognized threats is helpful, you need intelligent protection that can anticipate or predict forthcoming malware. This applies to your own computers -AND- your web host’s protection of the Servers that they use for your websites. Be sure your web host takes their responsibility for security very seriously. 😐

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    • Jarly says:

      Go into safe mode with networking. Right click your atvuniris icon and choose run as administrator . You should be able to access your virus scanner this way. Do a full scan. It should detect and remove it. After this, it’s a good idea to run a spyware/malware detector like spybot search and destroy or IObit Security. I also used ccleaner to do a registry cleanup .My atvuniris (AVG 9 full) caught everything but I did the rest just to be safe. 4 days now, and no problems since.

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