- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Unlimited Defender is a rogue antispyware application which is closely related to such computer threats as Vista Home Security 2012 or XP Antispyware. The relationship between these rogues is obvious from their interfaces. The layout is practically identical. Another thing that is apparent from Unlimited Defender’s interface is that this rogue copies the appearance of legitimate Windows software, which consequently makes it look more reliable to users who are not adept at computing.
It should be mentioned that this rogue might come by other name as well: instead of Unlimited Defender you might encounter Defender Unlimited as well. However, that is the same rogue and the consequences of the infection are exactly the same as well. Also, do not forget that the rogues Unlimited Defender is related to were known to limit your access to the Internet. Therefore, it is possible to presuppose that Unlimited Defender is able to do that as well.
The reason why the rogue might block your internet connection is that Unlimited Defender needs to stay in your computer for a long period of time to obtain its goal. The main goal of this rogue is definitely your money. It might look like it is created to protect your computer, because it has tabs like “Complete PC Protection”, “Automatic Updating”, “Protection against bank account fraud” – sounds rather professional, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, these attractive façade is there to fool you and make you into Unlimited Defender’s puppets.
Unlimited Defender will flood you with fake security messages saying that you need to update and upgrade the program in order to remove the “detected” threats. The truth is that the only threat you need to get rid of is none the other but Unlimited Defender itself. Remove Unlimited Defender, before it slowed down your computer and stolen your money. It might look like absolutely harmless application, but the rogue is a dangerous tool used by cyber criminals worldwide.