Friday, January 22, 2010

Desktop Security 2010

Desktop Security 2010 is a rogue antispyware program, designed to trick people into thinking it is a legitimate program. Desktop Security 2010 uses fake security warnings and system scans to frighten people into buying the software. If Desktop Security 2010 is installed on your PC, you should remove it immediately as it is a potentially dangerous computer infection.

Computers that have been infected with Desktop Security 2010 may show the following symptoms:
  • System scans that report numerous infections, yet requires purchase of System Defender before it will remove the infections (These are fictitious scan results)

  • Alerts and Pop-Up system warnings stating the PC is infected and recommend purchase of System Defender (These warnings are fake)

  • Web browser redirecting to random websites (these websites are owned by cyber thieves and will further infect your PC)

  • System Defender will prevent other programs from opening, stating they are infected (The programs are not infected)

If Desktop Security 2010 has infected your computer, you can remove it now with VIPRE.

Click here to download VIPRE to remove Desktop Security 2010 from your PC now.

1 comment:

  1. I have VIPRE running on all of my machines and my laptops and this virus has been plaguing me for over a week. I have to work with Tech Support with each new outbreak. I was hoping that VIPRE would catch these before they did the damage.