If you have ever been browsing the internet and seen a screen appear like it is scanning your system to check for any viral or malware infections there is a possibility you are infected with Cyber Security. Cyber Security is a program, adware that is designed to trick users into buying their software which actually does not do anything as it is not a security program, but instead a piece spyware that will sometimes even infect the system even more.
Cyber Security is a program that has been created to spread across the internet and trick users into purchasing the program with the promise of removing any and all infections, although Cyber Security is actually an infection itself.
Here are some signs your system is infected with Cyber Security:
1. Your system is running a lot slower.
2. In your task manager you have a program that looks something like Cyber Security running.
3. You are getting the appearance of scans by a program you have never bought before, that may or may not have Cyber Security labeled on it.
4. Your system is putting up warning messages from your system tray that you have never seen before, and if clicked initiate a fake scan.
To remove Cyber Security the best thing to do is to download and install an anti-malware or anti-adware program. Once the program is downloaded and installed a full system scan should be able to identify Cyber Security and remove most of the traces of the program on your system.
Once this scan has completed it is always best to download a registry cleaner to do a full scan of your registry. The reason that it is good to do this is because often times Cyber Security will leave pieces of thee malicious code in the registry of the system which in some cases can cause the annoying pop ups to return.
This is often due to the fact that Cyber Security can change its code so that the malware scanner cannot remove the entire program and allow the infection to return at a later time, however using a registry cleaner will assist in removing any aspects of Cyber Security left behind in the registry of the computer.
Again the best thing to do to avoid the possibility of being infected with Cyber Security is to ensure that your system has up to date anti malware, spyware, and viral security programs in place. Also ensuring that you are trying to use the internet in as safe as way as possible by not downloading unknown files and visiting sites known to host spyware on their pages. This will help to lower the chances of being infected with Cyber Security.