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Security Shield 2012 Fails to Remove or 'Shield' PCs from Malware
Security Shield 2012 is a program that is full of empty promises and known to be a serious let-down when it comes to detecting and removing legitimate malware threats on a PC.
Security Shield 2012 is basically a scam and misleading entity in the realm of hacker tricks found on the internet. The interface of Security Shield 2012 was cleverly designed to have a resemblance of legitimate antispyware or antivirus programs currently on the PC software market.
To further make a convincing case to PC users, Security Shield 2012 is known to render pop-up alerts in an attempt to warn users of detect spyware threats. These alert messages are bogus and should not be taken for face value. Security Shield 2012 will occasionally load system scans also, returning many false results as another scare technique.
Buying the Security Shield 2012 program is a big mistake. Security Shield 2012 in its registered form is no better than the free version that may have come from a malicious source over the internet. The creators of want PC users to eventually make a purchase of the Security Shield 2012 program not knowing that it is a scam. Doing so will eventually register with the PC user once they discover the pop-ups and bogus system scan results continually being displayed on the screen without any end in sight.
Removal of Security Shield 2012 has been proven to be a difficult task for a large number of computer users around the world. Because Security Shield 2012 is considered to be malware, it has a unique characteristic of not being able to be eliminated using normal uninstallation methods. Removing Security Shield 2012 usually requires the use of trusted antimalware software.
The latest release of a Removal Report published by EnigmaSoftware.com available at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/