- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
- Blocks system files from running
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Windows Pro Defence Kit
Mischievous cyber criminals keep introducing new rogue anti-spyware tools, and Windows Pro Defence Kit is the latest addition to the FakeVimes, or Rogue.VirusDoctor, family. The obnoxious fake AV can block executable files found on the computer which may create issues running the operating system altogether. For example, this may stop you from accessing such Windows utilities as Task Manager or Registry Editor. If you cannot access these utilities, you will not be able to kill malicious processes and fix or delete registry entries related to the malicious rogue. Needless to say, it is most disturbing that the blocked executables will lead to the blocked access to the web browsers. Due to this, you will find it difficult to download and install Windows Pro Defence Kit removal software.
Windows Pro Defence Kit is the clone of Windows Defence Master, Windows Security Master, Windows Defence Unit, and various other rogue anti-spyware programs which use the same interface. The fake AV may suggest that your Firewall and Antivirus Protection are turned off; however, this is just a malign trick to fool you into activating the full version of the rogue. In order to trick you into giving up your money, the rogue will also flood your desktop with unstoppable pop-ups warning you about virus activity. You should ignore these pop-ups, as well as the fictitious scanner rushing you to delete malign Trojans, viruses, toolbars, ransomware and other supposedly dangerous infections. In reality, these threats do not require removal because they DO NOT exist on your personal computer. The listed threats are false positives which schemers use to promote the fictitious malware removal tool.
Whether you believe that you need to delete bogus malware or you do not know how to get rid of the aggressive rogue anti-spyware, you might think that spending money on the full version of Windows Pro Defence Kit is the only solution. Of course it is not, and instead of wasting your money on bogus malware removal software you should invest it in legitimate security software instead. Note that if you purchase the bogus malware remover, schemers will learn your address, full name, credit card number, and other information you are required to share during the purchase. This is just one more reason why you should not waste your money on the rogue malware remover.
If you want to run your personal computer freely and you do not want to be fooled into thinking that your PC is infected with malware you supposedly need to delete, you should remove the rogue anti-spyware as soon as possible. Even though some computer users may be experienced enough to delete the threat manually, we advise installing automatic malware removal software. This way you will have Windows Pro Defence Kit deleted and, at the same time, the system will gain the necessary protection. Have no doubt that your operating system requires protection because soon enough schemers could use other drive-by download or social engineering scams to infiltrate malware onto the PC.
Click the Question mark on the rogue’s interface, click Register and then activate one of the keys below to disable the existing symptoms and alleviate the installation of automatic malware removal software.
Use these instructions if the special registration keys do not activate the full version of the fake AV.
How to remove Windows Pro Defence Kit?