- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Win 7 Defender Plus 2013
When a program asks you to purchase the full version of it every other second, it is quite obvious that there is something wrong with the program. Win 7 Defender Plus 2013 is a fake antivirus program that arrives at your computer with only one goal in mind - your money. It tries to persuade you that the only way to remove malware from your system involves purchasing the full version of Win 7 Defender Plus 2013, and that you have to do it as fast as you can otherwise you might be exposed to serious infections. However, the only thing you need to remove from your computer Win 7 Defender Plus 2013 itself, because the longer it lingers in your system, the more problems it causes.
Win 7 Defender 2013 is no rookie in the computer malware world. It comes from Braviax family of fake antivirus applications, that are infamous for its galore of multi-rogues that change their names according to computer's operating system. Therefore, if your computer had been running on Windows XP, Win 7 Defender 2013 would have generated its name to XP Defender Plus 2013. As such, there are a lot of others versions of these infections, including Win 7 Total Security 2013, Win 7 Anti-Spyware 2013, Win 7 Home Security 2013 and so on. All these rogues jump into action once they get installed, and they try to convince you that you are infected with such things as Macro.Vision.Radiant, DoS.Win32.DieWar, Virus.Boot-DOS.V.1536 and etc. Win 7 Defender Plus 2013 also bombards you with fake security notifications that ought to increase the impression you are seriously infected with malware:
What is more, to prevent itself from being removed Win 7 Defender Plus 2013 can block your Task Manager and Registry Editor, as well as block you from opening certain web pages. Whenever you try open your browser the rogue displays the following message:
That is absolutely annoying, but you can nullify these symptoms by registering Win 7 Defender Plus 2013 with any of the following activation keys:
Activating the rogue DOES NOT remove it, so you need to make use of the time you have before Win 7 Defender Plus 2013 regroups and comes back to get yourself a legitimate malware tool (like SpyHunter), and remove Win 7 Defender Plus 2013 for good. Keep in mind, that the presence of a fake AV in your system, also implies a possibility that you could be infected with Trojans and other types of malware. Therefore, you are strongly recommended to perform a full system scan, and safeguard your system against all the possible infections.