Internet Security Virus/Malware Removal Tools for Windows
Internet Security 2012 Virus/Malware is a fake antivirus program that pretends be a security program scanning windows computer for malicious software and demand payment for Windows Users in order for it to be able to remove detected viruses, malwares, spywares, Trojans and other security threats in Windows Computer. Some end users came across this nasty Internet Security 2012 Virus while searching for a way to download popular movies. Visiting shady and infected websites is one of the most common ways to get infected with this kind of scarewares, password stealing Trojans, adware, badwares and rouge computer programs. Back in 2011, we remember a huge volume of infected internet users we looking for How to Remove MS Removal Tool from Computer and How to Remove Virus System Tool 2011 From Computer
iexplore.exe can not start
File iexplore.exe is infected by W32/Blaster.worm.
Please activate Internet Security 2012 to protect your computer.
Well, actually, it's a perfectly legitimate Windows file and even though it can get infected, this isn't the case. Do not follow instructions on screen and do not purchase it. Cyber crooks make money from people who buy the bogus software. Gathered information, including your name, address and credit card details, can put you at risk of identity theft. If you mistakenly thought it was a real and bought it, please contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.
1) Then download recommended anti-malware software (Spyware Doctor) and run a full system scan to remove this rogueware from your computer.
NOTE: Login as the same user you were previously logged in with in the normal Windows mode.2) Open Internet Explorer and download TDSSKiller. Run the utility and click Start Scan to anti-rootkit scan.
3) Then recommended anti-malware software (Spyware Doctor) and run a full system scan to remove the rogue virus from your computer.
In the Target box there is a path to the malicious file.
NOTE:by default, Application Data folder is hidden. Malware files are hidden as well. To see hidden files and folders, please set to Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows Folder Options.Under the Hidden files and folders section, click Show hidden files and folders, and remove the checkmark from the checkbox labeled:
- Hide extensions for known file types
- Hide protected operating system files
Click OK to save the changes. Now you will be able to see all files and folders in the Application Data/Program Data directory.
2) Rename malicious process.
File location, Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\isecurity.exe
File location, Windows Vista/7:
Rename isecurity to virus or whatever you like. Example:
3) Restart your computer. The malware should be inactive after the restart.
4) Open Internet Explorer and download TDSSKiller. This malware usually (but not always) comes bundled with TDSS rootkit. Removing this rootkit from your computer is very important (if exists). Run TDSSKiller and remove the rootkit.
5) Download recommended anti-malware software (Spyware Doctor) and run a full system scan to remove Internet Security 2012 virus from your computer. That's it!
- C:\ProgramData\isecurity.exe (Win Vista/7)
- C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\isecurity.exe (Win XP)
- HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "Internet Security 2012"
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