Internet Security Suite Description
Internet Security Suite is one of the members of a sprawling gang of rogue anti-spyware programs. Unlike a real anti-spyware program, Internet Security Suite will only create fake warnings that frighten you about infections that aren’t on your PC. Rogue security applications in the Internet Security Suite group are also capable of hijacking web browsers and shutting down applications without your consent. Because of the latter two behaviors, Internet Security Suite is considered a serious security threat; you should turn to anti-malware scanners to remove Internet Security Suite and avoid any further problems.
Internet Security Suite is One of a Not So Diverse Line of Rogue Security Scanners
Internet Security Suite is part of the same group of rogue security programs as Cleanup Antivirus, Personal Internet Security 2011, Smart Engine, Desktop Security 2010, My Security Shield and My Security Engine. The names of these different threats may all be very different, but their appearances are almost identical, as are their methods of attacking your computer.
Just like many other rogue security programs, Internet Security Suite will create fake infection warnings and other inaccurate system messages to confuse you into thinking that you have countless malware problems. In fact, your only problems are caused by Internet Security Suite and any Trojans that may be related to Internet Security Suite.
Some usual Internet Security Suite fake warnings include:
Warning! Access conflict detected!
An unidentified program is trying to access system process address space.
Process Name: AllowedForm
Location: [executable file path]
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Memory access problem
WindowsErrorForm has encountered a problem at address 0x1FC408.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
If you see this error again, operational information can be irrevocably lost.
Warning! Virus detected
Threat Detected: Trojan-PSW.VBS.Half
Description: This is a VBScript-virus.
Warning! Virus detected
Threat Detected: Trojan-Spy.HTML.Sunfraud.a
Trojans such as the ones listed by Internet Security Suite aren’t really on your computer, since Internet Security Suite can’t detect infections. Even if a program crashes and shows an error like one of the ones you see above, that’s only Internet Security Suite causing the crash and then covering over Internet Security Suite’s attack with false information.
Given these facts, it shouldn’t be hard to turn down Internet Security Suite’s offer to purchase an activation key as the solution to your PC problems. Even an activated Internet Security Suite will continue to be a threat to your computer’s security until you finally get around to removing Internet Security Suite.
Ridding Yourself of Internet Security Suite
You may have some trouble figuring out what to do while Internet Security Suite is infected your PC, since Internet Security Suite can hijack your web browser to deny access to websites that could contain helpful advice or software. Safe Mode with Networking, which can be used on all Windows computers, can let you use your browser without Internet Security Suite redirecting you.
To remove Internet Security Suite and any related threats completely, you should run a fully-updated anti-malware scanner. Be certain to launch a full system scan instead of a ‘quick’ scan, since the latter may not search your computer thoroughly enough to find all of Internet Security Suite’s components.
If you can reboot your computer, run a second scan, and see no infections, then you’re most likely free of Internet Security Suite’s presence and can continue with normal operations.
Internet Security Suite Automatic Detection Tool (Recommended)
Is your PC infected with Internet Security Suite? To safely & quickly detect Internet Security Suite, we highly recommend you run the malware scanner listed below.
Download SpyHunter's* Malware Scanner to detect Internet Security Suite What happens if Internet Security Suite does not let you open SpyHunter or blocks the Internet?
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 Detection Count 1 %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\[6 RANDOM CHARACTERS]\InternetSecurity.exe 330 2 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ 1bf6f7\ IS1bf_2211.exe 77 3 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ 71f69a\ IS71f_2180.exe 70 4 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ Application Data\ a30dc8\ InternetSecurity.exe 37 5 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ Application Data\ 653e91\ IS653_2211.exe 33 6 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ 484dba\ IS484_302.exe 28 7 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ Application Data\ aa8789\ ISaa8_2214.exe 28 8 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ 80d20d\ IS80d_2228.exe 21 9 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ cbe6c4\ IScbe_2214.exe 21 10 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\ Dati applicazioni\ fc9f46\ ISfc9_152.exe 16
Posted: November 12, 2010 | By SpywareRemove
Threat Level: 10/10
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