Windows Secure Surfer

What is Windows Secure Surfer?

If you notice a program, offering you “best” security services, and it is called Windows Secure Surfer, do not think that this tool might be any good to your system! In fact, this fake antispyware will only bring you misfortune, if you trust it for one minute. The bogus application looks very similar to the legitimate programs, and hundreds of people, who do not know much about security applications, have been tricked into paying money for a completely worthless, full Windows Secure Surfer version.

Warning, this parasite will block your Internet connection. Click here for instructions how to renew your Internet access.

This licensed variant falsely proclaims to offer Windows OS protection, but truthfully it does not have any potential to do that! On the contrary, this bogus application can only breach your security and make it more vulnerable to various infections; therefore, it is important to remove Windows Secure Surfer, immediately after you remark its existence in your PC. Despite the various invasion paths, Windows Secure Surfer works the same once in, and you may notice various system disorders, spanning from removed administrative privileges, to Internet connection malfunctioning. Together with that you will also be “attacked” by the fake Windows Secure Surfer computer scanner and a crushing ton of bogus security notifications, all notifying you that your computer is infected with dangerous, security breaching infections.

Such fictitious information is supposed to make you believe that your computer is in real danger, and to convince you to buy Windows Secure Surfer’s licensed version. Note that if you buy this useless software upgrade, you will only throw away your money and disclose your personal information to cyber criminals! There is no way out of this situation but to remove Windows Secure Surfer; otherwise, your computer might become inoperable and your personal information could be endangered to fall into the malignant hands of third parties. So, if you have no wish to go through such mess, simply install security tools, which will delete Windows Secure Surfer’s malign files smoothly and rapidly.

Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.

Attempt to modify Registry key entries detected.
Registry entry analysis recommended.

Trojan activity detected. System data security is at risk. It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.

Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.

The fake security notifications above are just a few examples from the list of malicious messages this rogue uses to convince the user that the system is infected and the user has to purchase the rogue.

The very same tactics have been used by Windows Secure Surfer's predecessors. The list of previous versions is very long, but you should have heard such names as Windows Guardian Angel, Windows Software Keeper or Windows Problems Stopper - Rogue.VirusDoctor family of rogue antispyware that Windows Secure Surfer belongs to has been torturing computer users worldwide for quite some time now.

In order to increase the success rate Windows Secure Surfer does not allow you to access the Internet as you can already see from one of the messages above. And even if you are smart enough to terminate on your own, the rogue will not allow you to run any of the system tools that are necessary in rogue removal, including Registry Editor and Windows Task Manager.

However, no matter how desperate the situation might seem, you should not panic and not submit your financial information to Windows Secure Surfer. That will not free you from this rogue, it would only make matters worse. You should come down and remove Windows Secure Surfer in whichever way you prefer. There are to basic rogue removal methods, and they are described below: 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Automatic Windows Secure Surfer Removal

1) In order to counter Windows Secure Surfer's ability to block your executables, you have to open the rogue's registration window and enter this activation key: 0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020. After the "activation" you will be able to access the Internet and download SpyHunter. Install the program and remove Windows Secure Surfer with it once and for all.

2) If there is another computer nearby, log in to it and download SpyHunter on this clean computer. Then transfer the program's installer file into a storage device. Plug the storage device into the infected computer, install SpyHunter from it and remove Windows Secure Surfer from the system at once.
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Manual Windows Secure Surfer Removal

Manual removal is not recommended unless you are really very well-versed in computers otherwise you can seriously damage your system by accidentally deleting important system files. However, manual Windows Secure Surfer removal allows you to specify which files you want to delete exactly, so if you are sure about proceeding with manual removal here is what you have to do:

1) Terminate the processes that are related to Windows Secure Surfer:

2) Open Registry Editor and delete the following registry entries:

3) Eventually, remove all the files that Windows Secure Surfer dropped in your system:

  1. Thank you for great info!!!

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