Do you know what System Defender is?
Despite the best efforts of the online security industry to secure the opposite, many consumers continue to fall for the blatant lies sold by rogue security tools such as System Defender. This rogue in particular comes from a long line of seditious and highly despised rogues, some of which include Internet Defender. Of course System Defender will go all out to try and convince its prospective victim that it is a genuine security tool, but in reality this rogue does not have the ability or intent to detect or remove any threat from the system, and is indeed an infection in itself.
System Defender makes use of traditional infection tactics to infect its victims’ PCs. This includes using Trojans to penetrate past the system’s defenses. The user will be oblivious as to System Defender’s infiltration of the system and will remain unaware of System Defender’s presence until such time that it starts its attack on the system.
This is usually started by System Defender generating various fake security alerts. These false security messages are intended to scare the user into paying for the worthless software. Although it may seem dire and distressing, users are urged never to believe any correspondence received from System Defender.
If you want to “activate” System Defender on your system, and thus circumvent all the annoying symptoms until you get a chance to annihilate System Defender from the system, simply paste the following activation key:
Although you will have “activated” the rogue and all obvious symptoms of the infection will disappear, you still need to effectively and permanently destroy System Defender from the system. Do this by making use of a genuine security tool which will not only erase System Defender but also protect your PC against similar future attacks.
In non techie terms:
System Defender is a seditiously harmful fake security product which will offer you nothing of value in return. Only after your hard earned money, you need to get rid of System Defender before it’s too late.