Don't Pick Up More Than Eggs This Easter – be on the Lookout for Malware Laden E-Mails, E-Cards and Web Links, Says SUPERAntiSpyware

Malware authors use the Easter holiday to trick users into downloading malicious software.

Eugene, OR, April 22, 2011 --(, a Pacific Northwest developer of state-of-the-art anti-spyware solutions, wants to remind computer users that malware creators use the Easter holiday to trick users into downloading malware, trojans, rootkits and other spyware. The threat arrives in your inbox as an "Easter Greeting" from a friend, relative or generic common name. Inside the e-mail will be a link to an online greeting card, but instead of a greeting card you may be directed to malicious software which may take hold of your computer.

Follow these tips to ensure a safe and malware free Easter holiday:

- Be cautious of online greetings cards sent from generic first names – a common trick employed by malware creators in order to entice a user to click on a dangerous link.

- Stick to well-known websites and online card sites - malware creators have been known to "poison" search results during Easter season by using false pages and redirected links in order to trick users into landing on a malicious site.

- Users should not reveal private details, specifically credit card numbers, if redirected to a website through a web search. Instead, users should directly type the web address into the browser. Look for the "lock" symbol in the address bar indicating a secure connection.

- Run multiple layers of security software – a single solution is not enough. SUPERAntiSpyware is a free and effective solution that will co-exist well with your current anti-virus software without slowing down your computer.

SUPERAntiSpyware, downloaded over 40 million times worldwide, has been designed to act as your primary security solution or to complement an existing solution, providing an excellent layered approach to protection.

“Spyware and malware authors are always creating new ways to entice users into downloading an infected file often referred to as a ‘dropper,’” said Nick Skrepetos, founder of “Many of these new infections render existing anti-malware and anti-virus solutions ineffective. We have put enormous effort into keeping up with these zero-day threats to protect our users.”

SUPERAntiSpyware is offering a 50% discount on lifetime licenses through Monday April 25th, 2011. To take advantage of this limited time Easter Special please visit:

SUPERAntiSpyware is used by computer technicians worldwide to clean end user systems at companies such as Dell, HP, and AT&T. SUPERAntiSpyware is also recommended on popular security forums such as, Wilders Security, and thousands more.

SUPERAntiSpyware is available for immediate download from SUPERAntiSpyware is supported by Windows 2000, Media Center, 2003, Vista, XP, and Windows 7.

Founded in 2004, is led by Nick Skrepetos, a 30 year industry veteran, who is also the creator of the popular SUPERAdBlocker and SUPERFileRecover series of products.

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