PRLog - May 15, 2012 - Security experts have released a Windows Secure Surfer removal report to safely remove this program from PCs.
Windows Secure Surfer Rogue AntiSpyware Program
Windows Secure Surfer is hardly secure. Better yet, Windows Secure Surfer is nothing but a facade wrapped up in bright colors to closely resemble legitimate antimalware or antivirus applications on the PC security software market.
A removal report specific to addressing the need for PC users to remove the Windows Secure Surfer program has been released on the EnigmaSoftware.com site. Within this report, it outlines several facts about malware in general, in addition to how it renders a scam to trick PC users into purchasing a registered copy of Windows Secure Surfer.
Trusting the Windows Secure Surfer program is like giving someone who is addicted to drugs about $60 of your hard earned money. You will never see it again and it will be used to buy more garbage. In other words, because Windows Secure Surfer is a phony security program, you should never purchase it no matter what it supposedly promises.
Removing the Windows Secure Surfer program is a difficult task due to it not having an entry within the Windows add/remove programs feature. Furthermore, Windows Secure Surfer has proven to be difficult when attempting to delete its associated files and registry entries.
A video linked to this release demonstrates how a PC user may remove Windows Secure Surfer with the necessary resource. In this case, Windows Secure Surfer may be automatically removed using an antimalware program.
Computer users may utilize the full Windows Secure Surfer removal report at: http://www.enigmasoftware.com/