How to Remove Safe Soft – Soft Safeness Removal the Quick and Easy Way

Safe Soft, or Soft Safeness, looks just like other scamware programs SafetyKeeper and Winifighter. Safe Soft will sneak it’s way onto your computer through a tricky trojan virus or questionable website. It will try to scare you into purchasing a ‘full version’ once it displays security threats after a fake scan. Don’t give this software your credit card information! It can result in identity theft. For now we need to avoid your files becoming corrupt and your system slowing to a crawl. Let’s get rid of this virus right now!

How Do I Know I’m Infected?

Safe Soft or Soft Safeness wants to spook you into providing a credit card for removal of made-up infections. So look out for a barrage of warning pop-ups, warning messages at your taskbar, system freezes and crashes, browser hijacks and strange new desktop wallpaper and/or icons. The first giveaway should be the slow, stuttering system performance. Given enough time, this virus will corrupt your files and put you at risk of identity theft by hackers who can access your system.

How Do I Remove Safe Soft?

Removal can be done manually or automatically. Manual removal is far more difficult, takes more time, and a single error can render your entire attempt a failure. A mistake can render your computer unbootable, ending in sky-high computer technician fees to get running again. Having said that, if you’d like to try, you will need to investigate your system’s registry folder, namely the LOCAL_HKEY_USER folder, and delete or adjust all DLL and LNK files with safesoft or softsafeness in the filename. You will also want to block all associated websites with a firewall, delete all related system files, and stop all related processes.

Automatic Removal is Quicker, Easier, and it Just Works.

For several reasons, I default to automatic removal tools. I don’t have the time to manually remove every virus I come across on a friend or colleague’s computer. I recommend three removal tools in particular. All three are strong and trusted, and all three protect the user’s system in the future when the next virus tidalwave hits. Automatic removal is the way to go for beginners all the way to experts, as it saves money, time, and protects in the future.