So at the very beginning, the program starts its activity. Right when the system is rebooted, the application runs it scanner and imitates looking for infections. After a few minutes of scanning, the application displays a list of supposedly detected threats. In fact, the program displays the same list of infections for every single computer system. This only shows that Security Shield 2012 is not able to detect anything. The program only wants to create an illusion that your system is infected and then it offers purchasing a full version of its program in order to fix the problems of your system.
Additionally, the application generates fake security notifications in order to scare you even more into thinking your system is at risk. These messages basically warn that some of your programs in your system is infected, spyware infections has been detected, etc. All of them would redirect you to paying for this malicious application as this is a goal of its creators.
Security experts strongly recommend removing Security Shield 2012 as soon as possible, using a full version of a reliable antispyware program. What is more, a reputable antispyware program with a real time protection can help you too avoid this type of parasites. Make sure to have an upgraded version on your system all the time.
One more important thing to mention, if you have paid for Security Shield 2012, immediately contact your credit card company and dispute the charges. Otherwise, your money will go straight to the bank accounts of the cyber criminals, creators of Security Shield 2012 and you will stay having the same problems and getting even more of them with time. Never doubt about removing this kind of threats.