Windows Attacks Defender is a newly-appeared computer threat. GridinSoft Trojan Killer anti-malware Lab has detected many notable peculiarities confirming the fact that this app has its rogue nature. Windows Attacks Defender feigns to check your computer for potential hazards such as spyware, trojans, keyloggers, worms – the items could cause serious problems if they are actually present on the board of your computer. However, all these problems are invented, it is outrageous lie generated by Windows Attacks Defender scam. To be more short it is brainwashing campaign prepared for you. The tips following some of those fake scanners and misleading popup alerts are as follows: the badware insistently push you into purchasing its commercial version. It brings you to clicking the registration button on its interface and indicate your private details – including credit card information – to successfully complete the activation. To be more specific, the malware turns out to be a money-oriented tool fabricated by IT crooks and counted on gullible unwary users. Even if you pay for its full version, it won’t render any helpful service for you. The virus will imitate the removal process, indeed it is illusion only, as we have alred said, but emphasize it one more time – all computer issues are invented to mislead you. It is absolutely senseless the parasite provides you with.
We advise you to carefully read this tutorial and learn how this bogus anti-spyware can be removed. In case some additional questions occur do not hesitate to contact us. We are always at your disposal.
Windows Attacks Defender automatic remover:
Windows Attacks Defender manual remover:
Delete Windows Attacks Defender files:
%desktopdir%Windows Attacks Defender.lnk
%commonprograms%Windows Attacks Defender.lnk
Delete Windows Attacks Defender registry entries: