ID SafeXpress might seem like a handy tool that could help you protect your privacy while browsing the Internet, but our specialists question whether the application is capable of keeping your privacy safe. Apparently, it falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). Given the tool does not allow to fix any errors it is no wonder to us users feel like deleting it even though they installed it willingly. To be more precise, the software scans the system and shows detections related to various privacy problems, but when you try to eliminate the issues, ID SafeXpress should ask you to purchase its full version with no possibility to test it first. Provided you find such behavior as suspicious as we do, we encourage you to erase this PUP at once with our recommended removal steps available at the end of the article.
Talking about the information on the End User License Agreement document, we found statements claiming ID SafeXpress creators take no responsibility for their product and cannot guarantee “THAT THE SERVICES WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, ERROR-FREE OR FREE OF VIRUSES OR OTHER HARMFUL COMPONENTS.” Thus, it does not look like the application can be considered as reliable. Besides, our specialists say users ought to know some reports are claiming the technical support telephone number mentioned on the PUP’s main window (1-855-579-9276) might be associated with technical support scams. Moreover, while researching the program, we learned the application could travel with bundled installation files, which means it could be downloaded accidentally by users who are looking for software on P2P file-sharing networks and other untrustworthy channels. Under such circumstances, we do not think the PUP is a good choice, and if you do not believe so either, we encourage you to remove it with no hesitation.
Luckily, ID SafeXpress can be deleted through Control Panel, so the task should not be too difficult for inexperienced users. Nonetheless, if you feel you may need a bit of assistance, you should not hesitate to check the instructions available a bit below this paragraph. Those who prefer using automatic features could install a reliable security tool instead and allow it to get rid of the PUP for you. Users can also leave comments below the text if they need more help or have some questions about this unreliable application.
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