I have to admit that I panicked for the first 5 minutes seeing all the virus warnings that popped up every 30 seconds. But then I felt something wasn't right. I have antivirus installed but it didn't detect any of the 39 threats that Security Tool have prompted me. Plus this program installed itself without any prompt that it will do so.
Then, to my horror I can't connect to my broadband, my add and remove program was disabled by this bitch. To cut it short any attempt to delete this Security Tool was disabled. The only thing I can do is to buy the program that supposedly will clean my system from aaaalll the virus threats. It cost about USD70 if I'm not mistaken.
I know something fishy is going on. So, I didn't purchase the clean up software. I went to the nearest wifi access and thank god it didn't block the access to the Internet. So, I figured this program was coded not to damage a computer system but instead trying to scare unsuspected victim to buy a product to remove virus threats that wasn't even exists in the system. Clever bitch ey? Trying to rob in a broad daylight ... using the smart way.
Since this was first experienced of having my netbook infected with a malware, I kept scanning my system with various anti malware softwares that I can get my hands on. But it doesn't' work at all. The bitch successfully blocked or disabled every attempt to get rid of it. I was almost resorting to reformatting my netbook when I came across a website that gave me detailed instructions how to disabled the bitch before it had a chance to run around with its bitchiness. When the process for the program was deleted, the program itself won't load into Windows thus cleaning process is a breeze.
It was in fact quite easy to get rid of the bitch if you learned a few little trick. Now, my netbook is malware free but the whole experience in trying to find the solutions was a nightmare but a good learning process. Lucky me, I did not buy the program but others who did will have to dispute the charge to their credit card company which gonna take away precious time.
So, moral of the story is DHL, FeDex or any other courier company will not send you notification via email. If you received them in your inbox, just delete it. Another thing to note, do take a look at the file name that you're about to click. If it has .exe and you don't recognize the source, better not open it. I have learned my lesson well this week. Cheers!