Security Central is indeed part of the same family as Security Center. This threat can infect your PC via fake scanner pages and Trojans. They will say to be updates to Adobe Flash. The threat will automatically start whenever Windows do. Fake scans of your computer will take place. You will be told that some infections are rather present. You will be asked to buy this program whenever you do try using Security Central to remove all the threats being reported by it. Infection files may not even exist on your PC. This is a way for this fake application to make money. On the following page  you will understand more about Security Central.

Never try to buy this program. This program is specially designed to make you think that your PC has a severe infection. The moment you do buy this application, get a refund by contacting right now your credit card company. To help you delete this program from your PC, many removal guides are available out there. Not all security tools are safe and honest. Stay away from those fake security tool. They only want to scam you besides compromising your PC system. Check this website  to read how to fully remove Security Shield 2011, and this website  for a great guide about Security Shield removal.

People do fall victim to scams such as Security Central. They want to keep their PC healthy and free from viruses and malware. There are some 100% good security companies aiming to help you achieve the previous. You can easily find those companies on online business directories and the yellow pages. Security Central will do its best to let you believe your computer has been infected. It will display lots of flashing warnings and alerts messages. If you do pay for that program: you will get nothing good from it. Always check with the BBA (Better Business Association) to be 100% sure the company is legit and won’t try to scam you.

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