System Progressive Protection is a malware application that’s main aim is to swindle your money away. It is designed to convince a user of an infected computer into buying a full version of the program. This way the rogue creators get easy money. Even if you do not spend your money on a complete version of System Progressive Protection, after infection your computer becomes more vulnerable to other, more serious virus attacks.
The malware gets into the system silently therefore in most of the cases you would not notice its attack before it starts operating. Most common ways of getting System Progressive Protection are with fake codecs, movies and shareware applications that have Trojan horses. It is also possible to get it after visiting infected websites, especially if PC security is not up to date. The rogue becomes active after several minutes from the moment it gets into the computer in order to hide its install tracks.
Once inside, System Progressive Protection imitates a full computer scan which is launched automatically. After the scan is completed you would be presented with a fake report about problems detected. The text of warnings may vary from advising tone to strongly recommending. It all says one: to fix your computer you should buy a full version of System Progressive Protection. It aims at convincing you into spending your money on actually worthless purchase. Note, none of the notices are true and your computer is not in the danger they state. Yet do not underestimate the threat to your computer.
The worst thing about this System Progressive Protection scam is that it is tough to remove. However, several approaches are known to work. It is best to consult its removal guide (with video) here. System Progressive Protection uses random file names in all users application data folder, and it is possible that it can be removed from safe mode by just deleting the above-mentioned entries.