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Posted: July 22, 2011

Ultimsecurity.comThe site known as Ultimsecurity.com may look like a real security software website, but everything from its layout to its actual product is borrowed from other fraudulent websites and other fake anti-virus applications. Ultimsecurity.com makes selling ULTIM Security its business, but all of the marketing information that Ultimsecurity.com provides about this scamware product is not only inaccurate but, in fact, directly deceitful. Like a real anti-virus program, ULTIM Security and its many clones will create infection warnings and may even act as though they're scanning your computer, but all the data that you receive from these activities is fake. Avoiding software updates from unlikely or suspicious sources is the easiest way to keep Ultimsecurity.com infections from clambering onto your PC, and if you do find yourself infected by ULTIM Security, consider using an anti-malware program to remove ULTIM Security with a full system scan.

The Many Failings of Ultimsecurity.com That Make it the Antonym of Ultimate PC Security

SpywareRemove.com malware researchers have encountered Ultimsecurity.com and its Superman-esque mascot more than a few times, albeit under different names - Ultimsecurity.com is cloned from other rogue anti-virus product websites with such diverse names as bogemasecurity.com, personal-guard.com and clean-security.com, to name just a few examples from the overall Ultimsecurity.com gang. These websites are used by criminals to process credit card information and distribute rogue security products, and all of ultimesecurity.com's supposed contact and customer support-related features are empty promises.

Likewise, you can find Ultimsecurity.com's ULTIM Security product hiding out in websites like the ones noted above with a variety of different names. Although the interfaces and appearances might change slightly from ULTIM Security to Bogema Security to Ultimate Defender, in reality, they're all the same rogue anti-virus program, as SpywareRemove.com malware researchers found once they checked underneath the hood.

Rogue anti-virus products that are distributed by Ultimsecurity.com and the rest of its website ring aren't capable of finding real viruses, but they will create fake virus warnings to make you think that your PC is under nigh-constant attack. Another common side effect of being infected by Ultimsecurity.com is an inability to launch certain anti-virus programs, since ULTIM Security and its fellows will blacklist your legitimate security software.

Getting Out of an Ultimsecurity.com Infection with Your PC and Your Money Intact

If you've spent money at Ultimsecurity.com before realizing its sinister motives, canceling your credit card may be the safest option. Since SpywareRemove.com malware experts have found that the criminals that maintain Ultimsecurity.com and other websites in the same scamware ring are prone to making multiple charges, allowing your credit card to remain active and in criminal hands could prove to be dangerous.

Trojans like Zlob and Fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alert frequently are the cause behind a rogue anti-virus program infection, and Trojans that are linked to Ultimsecurity.com scams have been seen disguising themselves as fake browser updates. Never download any software update that's from an untrustworthy source, and avoid following the advice of suspicious online scanners that may want you to install ULTIM Security or another Ultimsecurity.com rogue anti-virus product.

As an example of a confirmed Ultimsecurity.com scamware-related message, you may want to be particularly cautious around websites that show warnings like the following:

"[Rogue security program name] Firewall Alert! – Scanning of your system is currently on, please waiting until the end. Your system affected by numerous virus attacks, [rogue security program name] Firewall Alert recommends you to install proper software to protect your computer?"