Monday, July 20, 2009


SecretService is a fake security software, or a rogue security software. SecretService is made to look like a legit antispyware software, but in fact it is a complete scam. If SecretService is installed on your computer, do not buy the full version, but remove this parasite from your PC immediately.

SecretService makes it's way onto computers with the help of malicious websites that promote misleading advertisments that will install spyware and rogue software on unsuspecting users computers without their consent or knowledge.

Once SecretService is installed on a computer it will run a security scan and report to the user that the computer is infected with viruses, malware and other spyware. This report is false, all the infections it reports are non-existent or fake. SecretService displays these false reports in hopes that the user will pay for the full version of the software to remove the infections.

SecretService will also bombard the user with continual pop-up security alerts and system warnings, which are also all fake. The pop-ups, system warnings and alerts will not go away until SecretService is removed from the computer. If the user was to purchase the full version of the software, these annoying warnings will not cease.

If SecretService is installed on your PC, you should remove it immediately. Click here to use VIPRE Antivirus to remove Secret Service from your computer now.
(Clicking the above link will begin VIPRE Antivirus download.)

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