Super AntiSpyware 2009
Super AntiSpyware 2009 (aka SuperAntiSpyware2009) is a rogue anti-spyware program designed to dupe computer users into paying for worthless software. Super AntiSpyware 2009 is part of an online security scam that is in no way affiliated or related to the legitimate security program called SUPERAntiSpyware. The cybercrooks who have created Super AntiSpyware 2009 for the purposes of extorting money from computer users, have purposely used the ‘Super Antispyware’ name to mislead people who may be susceptible to purchasing an unknowingly fake security tool.
What makes the Super AntiSpyware 2009 infection even harder to detect and remove is the fact that it enters its victims' PCs without their knowledge or consent. This is possible through Windows Super AntiSpyware 2009 making use of various Trojan horse infections which enter the user's system surreptitiously. The PC owner will remain for the most part unaware of SuperAntiSpyware 2009 on the targeted system until such time as the rogue deems it the correct time to reveal itself to the user through various fake alerts. Super AntiSpyware 2009 will offer to remove these falsely reported security threats but only once the user pays for the fake software.
Super AntiSpyware 2009 will then prompt the PC owner to scan the system. This will start a fake scan of the PC which ultimately states that a particular file is infected with malware. Super AntiSpyware 2009 then prompts the user to install Super AntiSpyware 2009 to remove the viruses.
Users who did not delete SuperAntiSpyware 2009 may complain about being unable to access their Desktop as well as not being able to launch any programs on their PCs. At the end of the day, there is only one way to take back control of your PC. Do this by investing in an updated security tool which will not only remove Super AntiSpyware 2009 from the system but also protect it against future threats and infections.