The hackers who created Smart HDD are in the business of tricking PC users to the point that they may succumb to Smart HDD’s money extortion techniques. In the end, Smart HDD will offer itself for a price of around $60 or more. Computer users will naturally think that by purchasing Smart HDD, it will enable the application to remove the so-called detected malware on their system. What it all comes down to is, Smart HDD will take the money in return for a version of Smart HDD that does nothing more than the free edition that somehow found its way onto the PC without permission.
Smart HDD may come from a malicious source on the internet. Usually these sources will infect a system with some type of Trojan or other malware that is able to download and install the Smart HDD program. Outlined in an updated removal report for Smart HDD on EnigmaSoftware.com, is a detailed description on how a system is infected with Smart HDD. Additionally, the removal report was updated with information on a newer variation of Smart HDD that has a new interface resembling well-known legitimate security programs on the software market.
The video below is a visual demonstration of the updated Smart HDD program and how one is able to easily detect and remove Smart HDD from their computer.
Computer users looking to manually remove Smart HDD may take to the new removal report on EnigmaSoftware.com to gather new files that they may detect and delete to ultimately uninstall Smart HDD. The specialized resources on the removal report are also custom tailored to automatically detect and remove Smart HDD from a PC.
The latest version of the Smart HDD removal report can be accessed at: at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/