System Protection is among a long line of rogue antispyware programs designed to mimic the look of legitimate security applications for systems running Windows. According to EnigmaSoftware.com, System Protection is from the large FakeScanti family of malware. Within this family, many of the programs were specifically designed to render a multitude of fake alert notifications attempting to warn PC users of detected parasites on their computer.
System Protection is an ultimate deceiver. Basically, System Protection plays on the gullible-minded by conducting fake system scans and filling the results of the scan with several malware threats. The warnings from System Protection are anything by subtle, they are filled with fear-mongering.
Some of the other notable rogue antispyware programs within the same family as System Protection include System Progressive Protection, Virus Doctor and Security Shield. Each of these programs utilize similar methods to deceive PC users, so they should never be used for the sake of detecting and removing malware from a PC.
Computers who are under attack from malware could have easily obtained a program like System Protection from some malicious source on the Internet. Once downloaded and installed, System Protection is apt to run at all times where it will repeatedly display alert messages and attempt to run system scans. This in itself is more of an aggravation than an immediate threat to a system's files or stored data. However, leaving a program like System Protection could eventually cause additional issues.
Computer users who have been confronted by the System Protection program, will either give into its scam by paying an outrageous fee of around $70 or more, or find a way to remove the System Protection program.
Removing System Protection is a difficult task if it is done manually. Usually computer experts are able to find all related System Protection files and registry keys and remove each one without the application coming back. This task most often requires a lot of time and knowledge of the Windows registry.
For computer users wanting to remove System Protection, there has been a new removal report released at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/systemprotection-removal/, which includes specific antispyware software resources to automatically remove System Protection from ones computer.
Being that the newly updated System Protection removal report linked above has the necessary comprehensive information and resources to remove System Protection, PC users of virtually any experience level are able to successfully rid their system of the System Protection program.