XP Security Center 2011 Virus: Remove This Immediately

XP Security Center 2011 Virus is a cleverly orchestrated financial scam intended to fool users into believing their computer is compromised with viruses, spyware, malware and trojans. The alerts and scan results are 100% fake and their sole purpose is to trick computer users into eventually purchasing XP Security Center 2011. This is far from a legitimate Microsoft program, it is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

The XP Security Center 2011 Virus is introduced to a users computer via a trojan inserted from malicious ads, peer to peer file sharing, websites and infected emails. Once installed, the system registry will be edited, files will be added and XP Security Center 2011 Virus is free to run undetected. It will constantly pester computer users with “alerts” and “warnings” in the hopes that the user will become convinced their computer needs to be scanned.

Malicious XP Security Center 2011 Virus Related Files:
%UserProfile%Start MenuWindows Security 2011.lnk
%UserProfile%Start MenuProgramsWindows Security 2011.lnk
%UserProfile%Application Datar561mSsecuritycenter.exe
%UserProfile%Application Datar561PISSys
%UserProfile%Application Datar561Quarantine Items
%UserProfile%Application Datar561mozcrt19.dll
%UserProfile%Application Datar561PIS.ico
%UserProfile%Application Datar561sqlite3.dll
%UserProfile%Application DataMicrosoftInternet ExplorerQuick LaunchWindows Security 2011.lnk
%UserProfile%Application DataWindows Security 2011
%UserProfile%Application DataWindows Security 2011cookies.sqlite
%UserProfile%DesktopWindows Security 2011.lnk
%UserProfile%Application Datar561unins000.dat
%UserProfile%Application DataPIKKSPIQBS.cfg

XP Security Center 2011 Virus wants users to perform its fake scan, which is only intended to scare the computer user through threats “discovered” during the scan, when in fact the threats are fake. XP Security Center 2011 Virus wants you to believe the results it has produced through its bogus scan and in order to remove the threats the user is asked to purchase the full version.

If the computer user believes that XP Security Center 2011 is legitimate, and decides they need to remove the bogus scan results, they will be prompted to purchase XP Security Center 2011. Users will be taken to a website where they can enter their financial information and purchase the program. The entire purpose of XP Security Center 2011 Virus is to gain trust and then steal a persons money. It is a classic scam running rampant throughout the internet, infecting millions worldwide.

It is a fraud perpetrated by organized cyber gangs with the intent to steal internet users’ money.

Do not under any circumstances purchase XP Security Center 2011 Virus. It is in no relation to any Microsoft products. It is a fraud perpetrated by organized cyber gangs with the intent to steal internet users’ money. If you have purchased XP Security Center 2011, please contact your financial institution immediately and make them fully aware of what you have purchased. It is highly recommended that you have your credit card deactivated to avoid further financial loss. To not feel alone, there are millions of other people out there infected with these types of malicious viruses and spyware.

Registry Modifications Performed By XP Security Center 2011 Virus:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftInternet ExplorerDownload “RunInvalidSignatures” = “1?
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet Settings5.0User AgentPost Platform “88780570603?
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun “Personal Internet Security 2011?
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet Settings “ProxyServer” = “http=
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet Settings “UID” = “7?
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftInternet ExplorerDownload “CheckExeSignatures” = “no”

How to remove the Windows XP Security Center 2011 Virus

Virus Lab Recommended Procedure
Removal success rating: 98.5%

1. Click the yellow button above. (keep clicking until the download starts)
2. Download and run the .exe file.
3. Install and perform the free virus scan.

Having trouble?
Can’t get the .exe file to open or run?
Can’t save the installer .exe to your computer?
Can’t access the internet on your infected computer?
Can’t download the .exe when you click the yellow button?

Find more help at the Advanced Troubleshooting Page.

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