Do you know what Windows Attacks Defender is?
Beware! A new version of Rogue.VirusDoctor family fake antispywares has been spotted. The cyber criminals have let Windows Attacks Defender out into the world to generate profit and fool those PC users, who have not yet suffered from Windows Firewall Constructor, Windows Stability Guard, Windows Basic Antivirus, or other former clones. Yes, Windows Attacks Defender will try to make a profit from you with any chance it got. And do not think this could not be happening to your Windows system, because the bogus antispyware can hide itself in spam emails, browser’s search links or even social networking websites, so the chances of your system getting infected are really high. Once, the bogus software starts running in your PC, there is no other way to get rid of Windows Attacks Defender but to remove it. So do not wait, and get yourself a legitimate antispyware tool to do the job!
Because Windows Attacks Defender is meant to generate profit, it is designed so cleverly that you might not even realize the scheme, until the damage is done. The rogue will implicate your Windows components (Task Manager and Windows Registry), so that you cannot run most executable files, and activate important applications. This is done so that you would not be able to detect the malware, and to trick you into thinking that the fake infection in your computer has already damaged your Windows system. Windows Attacks Defender’s scanner will produce a scan report filled with hazardous threats, and you will be terrorized with the never ending onslaught of alerts, warnings and pop-ups:
Software without a digital signature detected.
Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk.
It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Warning! Virus Detected
Threat detected: FTP Server
Infected file: C:\Windows\System32\dllcache\wmpshell.dll
This fake information will lead you to the purchase page, where you will be offered to buy the full version of Windows Attacks Defender. You will be able to choose between 6 Month ($49.95), 1 Year ($59.95) or Lifetime support ($99.90) services, but none of them suits you, because the offered tool is completely fake, and you will not be able to use it for your system’s protection. Moreover, if you disclose your personal data, required in the Windows Attacks Defender’s purchase page, it will become available to hackers and other treacherous sources.
In non-techie terms:
You need to remove Windows Attacks Defender from your system as soon as you notice its activity. If you do not do this, your PC will become exposed to additional malicious applications, and your data might be severely damaged. The best way to get rid of Windows Attacks Defender and its chaos is to trust a legitimate antispyware to delete all infected files. This choice will also guarantee you a real Windows protection, and you will not have to worry about malware again. Of course, if you are a Windows user, you could erase Windows Attacks Defender manually, however, this will not ensure your PC’s security in the future.