System Progressive Protection Winwebsec fakeav
The WinWeb Security family of rogue security software is quite large and features numerous fake security programs that carry out what is essentially the same scam. System Progressive Protection is one of the many fake security applications that belong to this extensive family of malware. Like most rogue security programs, System Progressive Protection, like other members of the WinWeb Security family of malware is designed to trick inexperienced computer users into buying a useless, fake anti-virus, spending money on a program that has absolutely no anti-malware capabilities. If your computer is displaying alerts and error messages coming from System Progressive Protection, then ESG security researchers strongly advise ignoring these fake warnings and using a reliable anti-malware program to remove System Progressive Protection and any of its associated components from your computer completely. Failure to do so can result in additional malware infecting your computer as well as severe stability and performance problems on the infected computer.
Basically, System Progressive Protection is designed to convince computer users to spend money on a fake upgrade for this already useless application. To do this, System Progressive Protection will pretend that the victim's computer has been invaded with a variety of viruses and Trojans. This fake security program harasses the victim with numerous fake error messages and alarming system pop-up notifications, all meant to make inexperienced computer users panic into paying for this useless 'full version' of System Progressive Protection.