XP Home Security 2012

XP Home Security 2012 is a program that will display exaggerated warning messages once installed on the computer. XP Home Security 2012 is a virus that belongs to a large family of rogue program that uses the Internet to spread them. Taking advantage of victim’s weakness in identifying real security issues, it will fabricate virus scan results to force users into acquiring the paid version of the program. While XP Home Security 2012 is still present on the computer, a continuous pop-up of false warning can be observed. Stopping these annoyances does not necessary mean that a full version of XP Home Security 2012 is needed. In fact, it is the sole application that must be eliminated.

Commonly, XP Home Security 2012 virus can be acquired by visiting malicious web sites that will pretend as online virus scanner. When visited these pages will greet visitors with a warning displaying the following message:

Message from webpage
Windows Security has found critical process activity on your system and will perform fast scan of system files.

Remove XP Home Security 2012 virus using only real security product like the one recommended on this page. Purchasing the program will not help bring back computer to its normal working state, instead it may worsen the system. Additionally, credit card used on the transaction can be used by rogue developer for other fraudulent operation.

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Technical Details and Additional Information:

Damage Level: Medium

Systems Affected: Windows 9x, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7

Malware Behavior
If XP Home Security 2012 is installed, it will begin to display fake alerts as an scare tactics to mislead victims:

System Hijack!
System security threat was detected. Viruses and/or spyware may be damaging your system now. Prevent infection and data loss or stealing by running a free security scan.

Privacy threat!
Spyware intrusion detected. Your system is infected. System integrity is at risk. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords. Click here to perform a security repair

3 Responses

  1. Fran says:

    xp home security 2012 made me purchase it I could not use my computer without purchasing it. It cost me
    $80.00 I do not want this and is there anyway i can get my money back

  2. joe smith says:

    I am tired of this!!! Why pay people who write software security more money when the service does not work. Norton, MaCafee, Malawarebytes once installed does NOT remove XP HOME SECURITY 2012!!! Therefore a person has two options pay to talk to a person on the telephone to assist in removing the virus because NO ONE will help because of all the money these viruses generate.
    For me it is cheaper to buy another computer as it costs more than the computer I am using to fix it. If these computer people were so smart they would leave poor people alone. These people have nothing to lose…a hundred dollar computer may be a source of reaching out to the world but to pay for Internet security on top of paying for this and that well…enough is enough…GEEK GREED has to come to an end!
    It is time that poor people stood up to the greedy geeks and perhaps start to protest…maybe find out were they live and work and test their home security…I AM PISSED OFF over this security for this and that…enough is enough…
    If computer programmers can break into my home via the Internet then I can use the internet to find them…So whoever the GREEDY GEEKS pray to the better hope that their security is better than what they attempt to pass off to people than expect them to pay more after their computer is hijacked…
    Just make sure the GREEDY GEEKS are looking over their shoulders as some people might get pissed off enough just to pay them a visit were they live and work!

  3. R Rhone says:

    Whos behind this fake program? If we can determine who is spreading this fraudulent program, we can track them down and commence a serious asswhipping to rectify this situation. We’re serious about this and we need accurate info. Thanks

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