Secureexpertcleaner—More Than Just Junk

Secureexpertcleaner is worse than worthless.  It’s actively malicious.  There is no value to it, and it will actively try to rip you off.  You see, it’s more than just a worthless excuse for a security program.  It has spyware on it, and it’s all a scam geared to part you with your money.  Maybe even your financial life.  Identity theft is real, and this is one of the ways it can be done.

I wish I could give you advice to avoid infection, recommend some habit changes that will stop you from getting infected.  Ultimately, the only guarantee of your safety on the ‘Net is what your anti-spyware gives you.  Who has a 100% removal guarantee?  They’re the ones you want.

At any rate, this article can help prevent you from getting ripped off from the bandits of the Internet.  If you see what I’m about to describe, you’re already infected and should get on to removing it.  Don’t follow these steps all the way through, and certainly don’t give up your credit card information.  This is where they really get you.

The infections are usually transmitted through an infected website or a corrupt download.  The infected websites usually have adult content or gambling…generally stuff that you should be eighteen or older to gain access to.  They’re not limited to this, though.  Every corrupt security tool has an infected website as a home page, and there’s nothing saying they can’t use clones of any website they want to.  If you see one of these websites, your anti-spyware program has failed you.  Get another one.

The corrupt downloads usually involve pirated software or media. Someone who wants a free copy of Windows or the latest pop CD runs the risk of downloading more than that.  Internet parasites of all kinds can be transmitted this way; viruses, worms, trojans and so on have been sent on like this.  Aside from those risks, Internet piracy is illegal.  It is a Federal crime to download pirated material, so don’t do it.  It’s not worth the risk.

Now that you know where these infections come from, what are they like?  After you click an infected button, the infection begins.  You are shown a warning screen pop up that says your computer is infected.  Judging from the scan, you may apparently have thousands of malware files on your computer.  These are actually your temporary files.  They may have sensitive information, but they’re by no means infected.

Now this program will redirect your browser to its home page and tell you that you can remove the infected files if you pay $50-80 for their program.  If it’s talking about your temporary files, it’s better to use your Windows program and pay nothing.

I created ZookaWare PC Cleaner with an image in mind of being able to keep up with the trends in spyware.  We know immediately when there’s a new spyware file on the Internet, and you have a fix within minutes of its release.  That’s how we back our 100% removal guarantee.  We’re the only ones who make this promise, because we’re the only ones who can back it.

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