Remove Windows Secure Kit 2011

Windows Secure Kit 2011 is a bogus security program, which tries to convince victims it can be their security ally. With the help of malicious hacking strategies, Windows Secure Kit 2011 manages to creep into targeted computers and terrorize their users.

To begin with, Windows Secure Kit 2011 uses the help of Trojans, hidden in compromised websites, in order to enter vulnerable PCs. Trojans are the ones to sneak through loopholes in security, which are mainly caused by outdated software. Therefor, it is highly recommended to keep all your applications up-to-date. Furthermore, sometimes Trojans come bundled with a presumable update for a given program, which is downloaded from a shady website. Henceforth, it is very important to download the updates of every product only from its official website.

Figure 1. Windows Secure Kit 2011 screenshot

When entering the targeted machine, Trojans do not ask for authorization. Mere clicking through the hacked webpage, which hides them, is enough to trigger them, and they sneak into the system unnoticed. Once inside, they immediately invite the rogue – Windows Secure Kit 2011.

The first task of the malicious program is to configure itself to be launched automatically as soon as Windows starts. When started, it pretends to be scanning the system for malware pieces. The fact is, Windows Secure Kit 2011 is not capable of detecting viruses, because it is one itself. Nevertheless, it simulates a scanning process and even displays a list of security threats. This list’s only purpose is to mislead the victim into thinking their computer has been attacked by a number of infections. Then, the user is prompted to pay for the full version of Windows Secure Kit 2011 in order to get rid of the detected threats. Though the full version of this program is advertised by the scans as an extremely efficient virus-fighter, in reality it is nothing more but a scam, invented by cyber criminals in an attempt to gain profit by unsuspecting users.

Phony alerts and notifications are yet another deception-trick, used by Windows Secure Kit 2011. Fake messages, such as the one below, appear constantly and claim that the system is under the attack of a number of viruses.

Windows Internet Explorer
Windows Secure Kit 2011 has found critical process activity on your PC and will perform fast scan of system files.

The pop-ups, produced by Windows Secure Kit 2011, are not only annoying – they hamper the user’s work on the PC and slow down its overall performance immensely. All of them are evoked by the rogue in an attempt to frighten the victims even more and make them trust the security scans, performed by Windows Secure Kit 2011. If clicked on, the alerts start the bogus scanning process once again, at the end of which the user is shown a message, stating that Windows Secure Kit 2011has detected Trojans and is “ready to remove them”. However, the program has neither the ability, nor the intention of removing any viruses. It just once again urges the user to pay for its fraudulent full version. What is even more disturbing is that the rogues makes the system vulnerable and may download additional infections.

To put it all in a nutshell, Windows Secure Kit 2011 is surely not an anti-virus software. Just the opposite – it is malware, which is ready to do anything in order to make you send your money away to hackers. Treat this villain respectively – remove it right at the moment you spot it, with the help of a legitimate anti-virus tool!

Windows Secure Kit 2011 Manual Removal Instructions:

Stop These Windows Secure Kit 2011 Processes:
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Find and Delete These Windows Secure Kit 2011 Files:
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C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Local Settings\Temp\[random].exe
%AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Windows Secure Kit 2011.lnk
%Desktop%\Home Security Solutions.lnk
Remove These Windows Secure Kit 2011 Registry Values:
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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Search Bar=[site address]
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\[random numbers]

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