Identity Protector

What is Identity Protector?

Identity Protector is promoted as a useful tool to secure personal information and passwords: “Identity Protector is a tool to find and secure your Personal Information on your computer, as well as organize your passwords in one vault across browsers and lock them securely with a Master Key.” It can be downloaded from its official website, and we are sure that some users have already done that because it does look quite a beneficial program. If you are looking for a program to secure your saved passwords, credit card details, social security number, and other personal details, you can install this program on your computer too, but you should know that only its free version can be downloaded from its official website. It will perform a scan and then will list unprotected details only. In other words, it could not secure your personal information until you upgrade it, i.e., purchase its license. If you are not going to do that, we see no reason you should keep this program installed on your computer. It is a fully legitimate application, so its removal will be quick and easy. You could erase it like an ordinary application through Control Panel.testtest

What does Identity Protector do?

The first thing Identity Protector does on users’ computers after they install it successfully is the full system scan. It finds unprotected passwords, credit card details, profiles/telephone numbers, and social security numbers. You will find the number of unprotected items under Scan. Unfortunately, if you click the button at the bottom of the program to secure these personal details, the program will tell you that you are using its diagnostic version. It is a version of Identity Protector that can only find unprotected personal information, but it cannot secure it. You could secure it only if you purchase the license. It costs 23.95 EUR, but if you try to close the payment page, you will be offered a 50% discount. This information is not kept from users. You can find two short sentences written in a small font right below the Download Now button on its official website: “Free Scan. Purchase is required to use all functions.” The program is NOT malicious software, so you can purchase its license if you need such a tool; however, if you make a decision not to upgrade it, you should not keep Identity Protector installed on your computer because it will not do anything good to you. That is, it will only occupy your computer’s space.

Where does Identity Protector come from?

As you can find mentioned in the first paragraph, Identity Protector can be downloaded straight from its official website, so if you have found this program installed on your computer, the chances are high that you have simply downloaded it willingly from its official website. Also, some specialists claim that Identity Protector might be promoted by pop-up ads – users still have to click the Download button located on them to download the program. Some of them also say that it might travel bundled, but we cannot confirm any of these theories. Of course, if you feel that you have installed it on your computer by mistake or simply cannot remember downloading it from the web voluntarily, you can easily delete it at any time.

How to delete Identity Protector

Specialists at have thoroughly tested Identity Protector and now they are sure that this program is legitimate. It does not leave any leftovers on users’ PCs when it is removed through Control Panel, so if you have not found it useful or you are simply not going to upgrade it, you can remove it easily from your system. If you have never deleted a program before, you should check our step-by-step manual removal instructions – they are listed right below this article.

Identity Protector removal guide

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select Identity Protector and click Remove.

Windows 7/Vista/8/8.1/10

  1. Press Win+R on your keyboard simultaneously.
  2. Type Control Panel in the box and click OK.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Find and select Identity Protector.
  5. Click the Uninstall button. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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