When it seems like forever to open a program or connect to the internet through you PC, chances are your system could be infected with malware that messes up computer functions. In some cases, it may be caused by Security Suite, a tricky form of virus that endorses itself as an obliging anti-malware application. But the truth is, it is there to harm your system, so it is critical that you remove Security Suite immediately to prevent further damage to your PC.
Security Suite infiltrates your computer in search of very important statistics such as email addresses, access information or financial data which the creators of the virus will collect and transmit through your bandwidth and into their data systems. This information will then be sold for profit to people who will find your information helpful, such as networkers looking for marketing lead lists. So you may want to get rid of Security Suite the ASAP. To simply uninstall Security Suite will not resolve the problem, since this is not just software you can remove from your computer. It is a hardy virus type which cannot be completely removed using the traditional approach.
Preventive measures still work best, and if you haven’t been infected you will want to take on measures that will not get you into a situation where you have to delete Security Suite sometime in the future. There are particular web activities you should avoid so you lessen your risk of getting infected:
- Never engage in file sharing, exchanges or transfers using eMule, Limewire or any other peer-to-peer programs which brandishes your system to thousands of other users with unsecured PCs.
- Never access dubious websites that entice you with lucrative, hard-to-believe offers and promotions. They are usually decoys designed to hijack your browser.
- If you have to use Adobe applications or plug-ins while web connected, make sure you have real time anti-spyware protection to eliminate the risk of virus infections.
Most rogue security clients employ the use of pop-ups to try to get into your system, presenting you with very alarming messages that warn you of a potential threat to your PC. You will then be given a recommendation to download anti-spyware program that will solve the problem for you. Although they may sound quite convincing, always keep in mind that it is just a ploy for you to download the virus. All those warnings are never true and to cater to their spin tactic would be your biggest slip-up.
Since this is quite a resilient virus, you cannot just simply delete Security Suite and forget about the whole thing. You will need to carry out an elaborate procedure for its removal since it has the tendency to go deep down into the deeper folds of your computer system. The process involves: