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Secure32: Keeping You Secure From Your Peace of Mind

If you've noticed that your browser's home page isn't what it used to be, and your computer seems to be running much slower than it used to be, you may have Secure32, an adware application that takes over your browser.

What is Secure32?

Secure32 is an adware application that is part of the SpySheriff family of products. The creators, though, have been difficult to locate. The best information anyone can find is a false address in London, England, for a company called SS Development. PestTrap, PestWiper, SpywareNo, SpywareDemolisher, SpyFalcon, Spy Trooper, BraveSentry, and Diaremover all seem to be program clones created to cause the same system problems. You may see advertisements for all of those programs while Secure32 is part of your system.

Secure32 is put on your system by the W32/Sdbot-AVZ worm and IRC backdoor. It is part of your Windows directory files, and it is created by a program called paytime.exe.

What Might I Notice with Secure32?

If you have Secure32 on your system, there are several things you might notice. One of the first things you are likely to see is that your browser has literally been taken over by the program itself. When you first set your computer up, you (or the computer's creator) set a default page for you browser to load to. In some cases, it may be a search page created by the computer manufacturer. In other cases, you may have changed it to display the weather in your area, a family friendly search engine, or the login page to your e-mail account. Once Secure32 becomes part of your system, though, you will notice a very different browser default page. You will not be directed to the SpySherriff home page or one of its affiliates. You may also notice another change to your browser system. You might have a new default redirect page. While at one time your default redirect page may have been a generic page loading error site, it may now be a site to advertise for one of the family of SpySheriff products.

Another thing you might notice when Secure32 becomes part of your computer is slower processing performance. The paytime.exe file has a registry key that it installs on your system. It tells your computer to run it every time it starts up. That means that while you can't see it, it is always on. Any computer uses virtual memory to bring up each program that you want to run. The more programs you are running on your computer, the more virtual memory becomes an issue. It runs a bit slower for each program you add. However, when you have a program like Secure32 running the background of your machine on a constant basis, you have more virtual memory problems. When you try to start one of your programs, Secure32 is too busy running its associated files to offer you a piece of the virtual memory pie. This results in a slower overall system. You can visually see this if you look at the processes tab of your Windows task manager. If you are running no other programs, and your system's resources are still at sixty to seventy percent, you are sure to have Secure32 or an associated program installed on your machine.

Behind the Secure32 Scenes

The things you see are fairly harmless to your system and to your personal security. It's the things you don't see that could cause you some problems. Secure32 has the ability to literally watch everything you do on the computer. It's sort of like a recording device. Each site you visit is logged in a file. Each time you enter an account number, a password, or a credit card, a log entry is created. This is dangerous to have this information stored on your machine in and of itself, but it's more dangerous when you realize that Secure32 also has the ability to access your internet connection without your permission and transmit that information to a home server. That means that all of the personal data you have entered online is at risk. Whether you pay your bills online or just look at sites that contain your personal information, Secure32 sees all that you do.

Remove Secure32

If you want to remove Secure32, you have a few options. Your first option is to try to run a system restore or boot to your last known good settings. This may not work in all cases, though. In order for this to work, you will have to do it right after Secure32 installs itself on your system. For many users, it can be days or weeks before they notice that they have a problem like Secure32 on their machines. As a result, when they try to run system restore, Secure32 is already too deeply rooted in the system to make any serious progress with that method.

Your second option is to try to remove Secure32 manually. In order to do a manual removal, you will have to take all associated program files and registry keys off of your computer. This can be a difficult process though, as first you have to understand which files are associated. You must then end any processes that are currently running on your computer. That complete, you can begin to remove program files. Once you're done there, make a backup copy of your registry, and open the regedit command. If you've never worked within your system's registry before, you must remember to be very careful. A single mistaken keystroke within your system's registry could damage your entire operation, so if you haven't worked with it before, be sure that you have a professional by your side the first time.

Your best option to remove Secure32 is to run your current antispyware program. If you don't have an antispyware program, it's certainly time to get one. ParetoLogic is an excellent choice. Keep it updated and be sure to scan your system regularly for problems. Secure32 will be eliminated easily from your system, and future problems will be prevented.

Secure32 is a risk to your and your system. Remove Secure32 today.

Removing Secure32 Automatically/Safely

For free automatic removal we recommend using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. This program is widely recommended by reputable third-party sites, so you can be reasonably confident of its ability to safely get rid of Secure32 and any hidden Trojans. As a precaution we recommend double checking your system with SpyHunter. This program requires paid registration to enable deletions, however it has a money back guaranteed and is the top of the line in malware removal. It should catch malware that evades Malwarebytes and block anything that tries to reinstal itself.

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Remove Secure32 Now:

  1. Download and install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and SpyHunter Download  
  2. Run a scan with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.
  3. Remove all the detected infections (free).
  4. Run a scan with SpyHunter
  5. Remove any remaining infections
  6. Reboot and rescan with SpyHunter. Your computer should now be clean.

Important note: If Malwarebytes is blocked by malware then run Chameleon (Start Menu → All Programs → MalwareBytes' Anti-Malware → Tools → Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Chameleon). If you need further help removing Secure32 please email us at info@removeadware.com.au or call for personal assistance on toll-free number 888-655-3453, within the USA and Canada.

Disclaimer: This webpage was created to provide information on Secure32 and how to uninstall it. Manual removal instructions are intended for use by technical experts and should be used at your own risk. We do not own or endorse Secure32.

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