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Danger level 9
Type: Rogue Anti-Spyware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer
Other mutations known as:
Infection Video Win Defender 2009

Win Defender 2009

Win Defender 2009 is yet another insurgent anti-spyware program. Win Defender 2009 displays a phony icon on a computer system tray, stating that the computer is infected with spyware. Win Defender 2009 will then make use of erroneous security messages as an attempt to persuade the system’s user to download Win Defender 2009 software. There will be a further prompt for the user to purchase the full version of Win Defender 2009. One should bear in mind that Win Defender 2009 is a replica of Total Secure 2009, and accordingly is a very malignant malware, and is extremely dangerous for any computer system. Win Defender 2009 attempts to infiltrate a system via Trojan applications, e.g. a Zlob Trojan. Win Defender 2009 tends to also launch itself on every Windows startup and is capable of displaying excessive popup ads. Win Defender 2009 has proven to be quite difficult to remove manually, as it has the ability to recreate itself.

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How to manually remove Win Defender 2009

Files associated with Win Defender 2009 infection:

fejokt.dll
jofcsd.dll
WinDefender2009[1].exe
windef.exe
WinDefender2009.exe

Win Defender 2009 DLL's to remove:

fejokt.dll
jofcsd.dll

Win Defender 2009 processes to kill:

WinDefender2009[1].exe
windef.exe
WinDefender2009.exe

Remove Win Defender 2009 registry entries:

WinDefender2009
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\WinDefender2009
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\WinDefender 2009
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{9E45F800-15EA-4E01-BEE2-773F07B1F39C}
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Comments

  1. Steven Dec 1, 2008

    I got rid of the spyware but the popup which keeps popping out when I'm using Windows Explorer and keeps prompting me to download the spyware isn't. There are two choices, yes or no. When you click Yes it simply downloads the spyware and when you click no it redirects to should I do?

  2. Natalie Dec 1, 2008

    I got Steven's problem too. Please, help!

  3. lorie Dec 5, 2008

    coment

  4. AGGELOS93 Dec 10, 2008

    I GOT STEVENS PROBLEM TO.PLEASE HELP...

  5. lydia Mar 7, 2009

    hoe verwijder je malware defender

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