Security Scanner (Rogue AntiSpyware App) Blocks Internet Access & Steals PC Users' Money

February 14, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
A new removal report posted by does into detail with what Security Scanner is and how computer users are able to remove Security Scanner from their system. Computer users plagued with Security Scanner will take special attention to the provided removal report mainly because Security Scanner cannot be uninstalled using conventional methods. The hackers who have created and marketed Security Scanner purposely made Security Scanner difficult to remove, which is why has taken the liberty to give PC users a viable solution to ridding their system from the chains of Security Scanner.

At first glance, the Security Scanner may appear to be a simple scan tool for the PC for those who wish to detect and remove malware from their PC. Under the cover of Security Scanner is a much uglier face with the intent to harm unsuspecting computer users. The form of harm that Security Scanner brings on its victims is primarily the extortion of money. Security Scanner basically acts like a thief that holds you up for upwards of $60 and gets away with a clean escape. Security Scanner belongs to the same rogue anti-spyware family as Security Tool, Security Shield, Security Shield 2011, Windows Protection Master, Personal Shield Pro and Security Sphere 2012.

In the end of Security Scanner's scam, it will attempt to sell itself to a PC user providing a registered version, which is no different from the free edition that first appeared on the computer in the beginning. Listed in the Security Scanner removal report on, is information on where Security Scanner may originate from. This includes how Security Scanner uses Trojans and even malicious sites to slip onto a system. provides many new removal reports designed to assist computer users with detecting and removing some of the most detrimental fake security apps on the Internet. The latest among those reports is the Security Scanner removal report, which is just another notch in the belt for giving PC users an outlet or solution to removing a pesky rogue anti-spyware program.

Any PC user may access the Security Scanner removal report at: Over the course of the next few days to weeks, the Security Scanner report, among other removal reports, will have exclusive updates to help address newly discovered issues that PC users who are plagued with Security Scanner may face.