Win7 Defender Removal Guide

Do you know what Win7 Defender is?

Win7 Defender is a fake antivirus program that looks like a legitimate part of your operating system. It is a new chameleon rogue that is distributed via spam email messages and infection websites. There is more than one version of this rogue antispyware application although all of them are installed by the same installer file. Therefore, if you have Windows XP or Windows Vista installed on your computer, then in case of this infection you will have XP Defender or Vista Defender popping into your screen.

The main tactics of Win7 Defender is simple – the rogue infects your system surreptitiously and then launches a fake system scan, presenting you with a list of supposed viruses that are about to destroy your system. If a user gets scared seeing the scan results, Win7 Defender defenders offers to remove these “threats”. But there’s a catch to it – the rogue promises to protect your computer only if you activate the program. To activate Win7 Defender, you need to purchase the license.

This is the main reason why you are infected with Win7 Defender – cyber criminals behind this infection want your money. And if you fill out the rogue’s purchase form, you will give away your financial details to a third party, allowing them to access your bank account and steal your money. Therefore, you have to close the program immediately and remove it from your computer. Do not worry about the scan results, they are not real.

Remove Win7 Defender before it slows down your system to the point of no return. Invest in a reliable tool that will erase Win7 Defender automatically. Your computer will also be checked for other possible infections, because it is very common for rogues to arrive with Trojans and other malicious computer threats. Safeguard your computer against unsolicited intruders and destroy Win7 Defender for good.

In non-techie terms:

Win7 Defender is a fake antivirus program that disrupts your system processes and makes you think your computer is infected with multiple viruses. Remove Win7 Defender right now, and do not pay a single cent for this fake program, because you will not be able to get your money back afterwards.