PC Defender Plus Firewall Alert
When you are infected with a rogue called PC Defender Plus, you are bound to receive a whole lot of fake security notifications. PC Defender Plus Firewall Alert is a fake alert that actually defines the entire infection, because this alert pops up onto your screen and then offers you to activate PC Defender Plus, if you want to remove Trojan.IS.Fraub.ba.
Obviously, if you see PC Defender Plus Firewall Alert appear on your screen, you are definitely infected with PC Defender Plus. This infection can easily enter your computer via fake online malware scanners, social engineering messages, bundled drive-by downloads or spam email attachments. It simply shows that you have to be responsible while browsing the Internet, because dangerous infections are always waiting for you right behind the corner.
Also, you need to know how to tell the fake PC Defender Plus Firewall Alert pop-up apart from real security system notifications. Here's how the fake alert looks like:
iexplore.exe is infected with Trojan.IS.Fraub.ba. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords.
Windows recommends activate PC Defender plus
Basically, it says that your Internet browser is infected with a Trojan and thus you cannot access the website you were trying to open. It says that you need to activate the rogue antispyware in order to "fix" your browser, but that is an obvious scam, because the people who created PC Defender Plus and PC Defender Plus Firewall Alert only want your money, and they are not concerned with your system security.
Do not do what PC Defender Plus Firewall Alert asks you to. If you "activate" PC Defender Plus, you will only lose your money and reveal your financial information to a third party, which will result in a further loss of your financial funds. You have to acquire a powerful computer security tool in order to remove PC Defender Plus Firewall Alert along with PC Defender Plus from your computer for good. You can also try removing it manually, but it is not recommended for users who are not computer experts.