Win 7 Defender 2013

To be honest, I really hate Win 7 Defender 2013. Why? Because it has gazillion of versions and all of them are the same, but people think they are different! It is a definitely frustrating infection, especially if you don’t remove Win 7 Defender 2013 on time. One look is all it takes to see that it’s the same chameleon rogue that bothered us back in spring. I don’t know whether you’ve been infected with Win 7 Antispyware 2012 or Win 7 Antivirus 2012, but it doesn’t take a genius mind to understand that this rogue changes its name whenever it pleases. It also depends on what operating system is installed on the target computer.

So, for example, say you have Windows XP or Windows Vista installed, then naturally, this rogue will change its name into XP Defender 2013 or Vista Defender 2013. So you will only get Win 7 Defender 2013 if you work with Windows 7. And, just as we already know, rogues come with one single purpose in mind – money.

Win 7 Defender 2013 will try to steal user’s money just like any other rogue – it will launch a fake system scan and then spam you with a list of security notifications that are absolutely groundless. If the user does not react to these measures, then Win 7 Defender 2013 will definitely go as far as blocking various applications. Since it blocks executable programs, Internet browser will also be blocked and Win 7 Defender 2013 will tell you that say… your browser is infected with malware, and boy oh boy, it has to be closed otherwise you would be exposed to tons of unwanted infections.

BUT! If you know the magic numbers, you can put Win 7 Defender 2013 into a cage and then get on with its removal. And the numbers are… 3425-814615-3990. If the user enters this code into the rogue’s registration window, Win 7 Defender 2013 will stop sending all these fake security notifications. This registration offers a narrow time frame that the user has to utilize in order to remove Win 7 Defender 2013 from his computer. It is your own choice how you’re going to get rid of this rogue, but you know, in case you have no idea what to do, it’s best to ask for help, instead of allowing your system to die.

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