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Removing Security Shield (Uninstall Guide)

I recently wrote an article on how to remove a System Tool fake anti-spyware tool. If you missed to read the article, here the link (Uninstall System Tool).

Today, I received another request on how to remove a Security Shield another rogue anti-spyware program similar to Security Tool. The step-by-step is already provided by the website, so I will not create another how to article. Instead, I will share a different approach on how to remove the program without installing any anti-spyware program e.g. MalwareBytes or HijackThis.

You should know how to use a command prompt to navigate your workstation directories. Here's a simple guide on how to remove the Security Shield.

  • Restart your workstation in a SAFE Mode.
  • Login to your workstation
  • Open a command prompt, click on Start, Run, type CMD [Enter] (not case sensitive)
  • In command prompt, go to this subdirectories c:\Documents and Settings\Medialogy\Local Settings\Application Data\
  • Check if you find any random .exe file. When I help cleaned one infected workstation, I saw ptpckschld.exe under Application Data. I deleted this file and restart the computer.
This is a quick fix, though I highly recommend that your run full scan using Malwarebyte's software. 

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