Internet Security Pro

Internet Security Pro Description

Internet Security Pro Screenshot 1A rogue anti-malware scanner with little to separate Internet Security Pro from dozens of its kin, Internet Security Pro is incapable of protecting your computer, even though Internet Security Pro displays a sizable barrage of system warnings and will pretend to scan your computer for PC threats of various degrees of danger. Attacks by Internet Security Pro also may include attempts to block you from being able to access other programs, especially those that are related to maintaining the safety of your computer, and malware experts caution that purchasing Internet Security Pro never should be considered as an option. By using the techniques in this article to prevent Internet Security Pro from launching, you can then use a real anti-malware scanner of your choice to delete Internet Security Pro and any other malware that came with Internet Security Pro.

Internet Security Pro: the Professional PC Security Fraud

Current analyses are indicative of Internet Security Pro being a new variant of FakeRean, an ever-growing family of fraudulent anti-malware programs with many different branches, brand names and aesthetic templates. While the FakeRean family includes many visual differences between members, the raw functions usually are the same for Internet Security Pro as they are for other members, and include:
  • Attempts to mislead victims by creating fake pop-up alerts.

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    These alerts indicate fictitious attacks or the presence of malicious software on your machine, and, in many instances, are formatted to resemble the alerts of various legitimate Windows programs (such as the Windows Firewall).
  • Internet Security Pro also uses just-as-inaccurate imitations of system scans, which will return lists of ‘infected’ files even when your computer’s only infection is Internet Security Pro. Internet Security Pro doesn’t possess any actual ability to find or delete legitimate PC threats from your computer, nor does Internet Security Pro even attempt to do so.
  • However, the most meaningful threat posed by Internet Security Pro is its ability to block other applications, which Internet Security Pro may use to confuse you into believing these applications have been infected or damaged. In actuality, Internet Security Pro blocks these programs to disallow you from accessing real security tools that could help your computer and remove Internet Security Pro.

Yanking Your Computer Away from Internet Security Pro’s Ungentle Ministrations

Internet Security Pro doesn’t need to be purchased to be disabled or removed, and malware experts encourage disputing any Internet Security Pro-related charges with your bank or credit card company as is appropriate. Similar forms of scamware that should be treated as just as toxic as Internet Security Pro include all members of the FakeRean family in general such as XP\Win7\Win8 Antivirus 2014, Vista Security Cleaner Pro, Vista Total Security 2013, XP\Vista\Win7\Win8 Antispyware 2014, Internet Antivirus 2011, Rogue Sirius XP/Vista/Win7/Win8 Antivirus, Windows Antivirus 2008, XP Antivirus Plus 2013, Vista Antivirus 2013, TitanAntivirus2013/PCDefender360, Galileo System Cleaner, Win 8 Antispyware 2013, Antivirus PRO 2015, Win 7 Home Security Pro 2013, XP Anti-Virus 2011, A-Secure 2015, Win 7 Security Cleaner Pro, Win 7 Antivirus 2013, Internet Protector, XP Security Plus 2013, Win 8 Security System, Win 8 Security Suite 2013, Internet Security 2013, Win 7/XP/Vista Protection 2013, Windows Vista Security 2012, Antivirus2008Pro, Win 7/Win 8/XP/Vista Antivirus Pro 2013, Windows Essentials Pro 2013, Internet Security, CleanThis, Vista Security Plus 2013, XP\Vista\Win7\Win8 Protection 2014, Internet Security Protection, Internet Security Pro 2013, GuardBytes Plus, Win 7 Security 2012, XP Security Cleaner Pro, Vista Home Security 2013, Antivirus2008, Vista Antispyware 2014, XP Antispyware 2013, Great Antispy 2012, AVC Plus, Vista Antispyware 2013, Win 8 Home Security 2013, AntivirusXP 2008, Palladium Pro and Win 7 Antispyware 2013.

You can use anti-malware applications as they’re needed for deleting Internet Security Pro easily, but if Internet Security Pro does block these programs, there are several methods of blocking Internet Security Pro, in turn. You can manage this tit-for-tat strategy against Internet Security Pro by booting in Safe Mode or through any USB device, which will evade Internet Security Pro’s Registry startup exploit.

Internet Security Pro Automatic Detection Tool (Recommended)

Is your PC infected with Internet Security Pro? To safely & quickly detect Internet Security Pro we highly recommend you run the malware scanner listed below.

Technical Details

File System Modifications

Tutorials: If you wish to learn how to remove malware components manually, you can read the tutorials on how to find malware, kill unwanted processes, remove malicious DLLs and delete other harmful files. Always be sure to back up your PC before making any changes.
  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name
    1 %AppData%\indefender.exe
    2 %Desktop%\Internet security Pro.lnk

Registry Modifications

Tutorial: To edit and delete registry entries manually, read the tutorial on how to remove malicious registry entries.

Tip & Warning: Editing and removing the wrong registry keys can severely damage your PC, so remember to backup your Windows Registry! To optimize your Windows Registry and speed up your PC, download RegHunter's registry cleaner.
  • The following newly produced Registry Values are:
    HKEY..\..\..\..{Subkeys}HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Internet Security Pro

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Posted: May 31, 2013 | By
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Threat Level: 10/10
Detection Count: 150

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