The product shown here is not a legitimate security product but an example of the latest, highly successful cyberscam known as scareware. Follow the link below to the full story. I was subjected to one of these in an airport waiting area. It looked very offical and very scary. The scam sight told me that if I didn’t act now my entire hard drive would be wiped clean. My somewhat cooler side prevailed.
Basically, scareware, also known as rogueware or put in simple terms, fake security software, is a legitimately looking application that is delivered to the end user through illegal traffic acquisition tactics
Recent articles report that legitimate news sights like the New York Times and Philadelphia Inquirer have been hit by scareware hacks.