As a general rule, makers of fake antivirus software copy legitimate security solutions in order to give their own programs a feeling of authenticity. Itís a common occurrence for rogue antivirus programs to sport a look and feel similar to those of a genuine one, and especially to feature similar labels. Case in point: Security Essentials 2010, a fake antivirus program that attempts to pass itself for Microsoft Security Essentials
. In the screenshot at the top of this article, users can see what Security Essentials 2010 looks like in order to know what to stay away from.