PRLog - June 20, 2012 - Live Security Platinum is no better than other well-known fake security programs which are known for their unique character of mimicking legitimate antimalware programs. In the case of Live Security Platinum, it has an interface that utilizes loud colors and aggressive messages displayed as pop-up alerts. These messages, in addition to system scan results, have been deciphered by researchers and found to be bogus.
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Live Security Platinum is in the business of scamming PC users, usually those who fail to determine the difference of Live Security Platinum and trusted PC security programs on the software market. In trusting Live Security Platinum, one would make the mistake of buying a copy of a registered version of Live Security Platinum. Doing so would only waste time and money as Live Security Platinum fails at everything it promises.
Live Security Platinum is not only a failure at its promises, but it has proved to accel at earning its creators, or hackers, a quick pay day.
PC users who have run across Live Security Platinum have the desire to remove it. Live Security Platinum was created to limit uninstallation and the removal process commonly accessed through the Windows control panel. This makes Live Security Platinum nearly impossible to remove without the necessary resources.
As a straightforward demonstration, the video linked here shows PC users how they can easily remove Live Security Platinum from a PC when utilizing the proper antimalware program or resources.
Removing Live Security Platinum does not necessarily constitute an act of learning the ins and outs of a PC. Many resources have been made available to PC users of virtually any experience level to easily detect and remove Live Security Platinum including any related malware files. The removal report specific to Live Security Platinum at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/