PRLog - April 27, 2012 - PC Clean Pro is among an ever-growing list of fake security applications currently circulating over the internet. These programs are sometimes considered to be viruses, and rightfully so due to their malicious nature. PC Clean Pro is one that will use misleading pop-up notifications and bogus system scan results to thwart initial perceptions concluded by normal PC users.
PC Clean Pro Rogue Antispyware Program Screen Shot
Basically, what PC Clean Pro is designed to do is act much like legitimate antivirus or antispyware programs. A PC user will naturally gain the trust of PC Clean Pro in believing that it has detected malware on their system and is attempting to clean it off. Only thing, PC Clean Pro asks that it be registered for a price of $60 or more. After paying for PC Clean Pro’s registration, a PC user is then lead into a 4th dimension where they realize that they were tricked because the registered version of PC Clean Pro is a fake. Not only is PC Clean Pro a fake, but it fails to perform any of the functions that it initially promises to a PC user.
Cybercrooks are in the business or profiting from programs such as PC Clean Pro. Unfortunately, it is hard to tell if PC Clean Pro is legitimate or not. Moreover, PC Clean Pro can be considered to be just like legitimate security apps that require registration before it is able to remove a threat on a system. The pricing of PC Clean Pro may give away its illegitimacy being upwards of $60. Most legitimate security programs start at a much lower price point such as $39.
From the looks of PC Clean Pro, as shown in the image above, it appears to have a convincing interface and clean graphics. The hackers who created PC Clean Pro made it this way on purpose. Everything about PC Clean Pro is a scam specifically tailored to gain trust to the point that a gullible PC user gives in and pays their money only to lose it to a useless application.
PC users faced with the PC Clean Pro program and the difficult task of removing PC Clean Pro, may find refuge in the newly released PC Clean Pro removal report at: http://www.enigmasoftware.com/
The PC Clean Pro Removal Report provides useful and legitimate removal resources for novice PC users and advanced.