The Security Shield virus pops up on the screen through the Internet browser. When it arrives, it looks nothing like a standard Internet pop-up window. The developers of this malicious virus called Security Scanner Virus have designed the pop-up window to look similar or identical to pop-ups with Windows warnings.
It resembles an alert that Microsoft uses when there are problems with the antivirus programs or services. This makes many computer users think they are seeing an actual scan of their computer, instead of an advertisement with malicious intent. You will need to remove the Security Shield virus entirely for the computer to run properly again. See our instruction to remove Security Shield.
Security Shield Virus
There is no remove Security Shield button on the program. The Security Shield program has been created with malicious intent to stay on the computer as long as possible a create a lot of harm and confusion. Instead, a powerful antivirus tool will be needed. Because the Security Shield virus has been created to block the standard installation of virus removal programs, you will need to follow our instructions below to remove Security Shield permanently.
This virus, because it is enabled and allowed through a click from the user, immediately gains complete system access through the user’s entire computer. This means the Security Shield virus exists in multiple locations. It also embeds itself in the start-up processes of the computer. In doing so, the virus is up and running in the background each time the computer is started. This presents a problem for a lot of antivirus programs that cannot totally destroy a virus that runs in the background of the system.
In our testing we found the best way to remove Security Shield virus. By following the steps we highlight below, you can remove the Security Shield virus in minutes.
To Remove Security Shield Virus Click on the “Start Virus Removal” button. This will take to a page dedicated to removing Security Shield with our easy to understand Step-by-Step instructions.