XP Security 2012 is a fake computer program. Generally, XP Security 2012 will enter the computer as a fake update to software on the computer and will then proceed to install XP Security 2012 on the computer. For example, it is common for XP Security 2012 to be shown as an update to Adobe flash needed to watch a video online. The program claims to have features such as internet security, personal security and more. XP Security 2012 will act the same on a clean computer and on a infected computer since it is fake. XP Security 2012 has three to four warnings about security related issues which it will show continuously to the user along with an alert to purchase XP Security 2012. XP Security 2012 has created a website which will describe features which the program can’t perform since the program can’t remove viruses. The program is similar to other fake programs for XP such as XP Internet Security 2012 and XP Antivirus 2012. XP Security 2012 will make every attempt to stop the user from removing XP Security 2012. In Vista, the name will be Vista Security 2012. In Windows 7, the name will be Win 7 Security 2012.
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XP Security 2012 will warn you about Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.Gen. It is important to ignore the messages shown by XP Security 2012.
XP Security 2012 Manual Removal -
Stop XP Security 2012 Processes (Learn How)
Delete XP Security 2012 Files (Learn How)
C:\Documents and Settings\[USERNAME]\Local Settings\Application Data\[three letters].exe
Delete XP Security 2012 Registry Keys (Learn How)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[three letters].exe”
Stop XP Security 2012 Start Up (Learn How To Do This)
XP Security 2012 is a new version of XP Security 2011, which was introduced March 2011. XP Security 2012 should be removed.