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Danger level 8
Type: Rogue Anti-Spyware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Slow internet connection
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer
Other mutations known as:

Windows Enterprise Defender

Windows Enterprise Defender is a malicious and deceptive rogue antispyware application. Do not be fooled by the name as Windows Enterprise Defender actually has nothing to do with Microsoft Windows and just makes use of the name in order to try and trick you. Windows Enterprise Defender will try and steal your money, invade your privacy and cause you many horrible unwanted computer problems. You need to be seriously warned to never download, install or purchase anything even remotely related to Windows Enterprise Defender.

Windows Enterprise Defender is a clone of the following:
• Windows Pc Defender
• Windows Additional Guard
• Windows Guard Pro
• Ultimate System Guard
• Smart Virus Eliminator
• Windows Protection Suite
• Windows System Suite
• Windows Security Suite
• Malware Destructor 2009
• MalwareCatcher
• Extra Antivirus

Windows Enterprise Defender may display the following symptoms:
•Annoying pop up messages.
•Your computer may become increasingly slow.
•You may get lots of system security notifications.
•You may notice a fake scan which looks real.
•The possibilities are high that you will be asked to buy the full version.
•You will get fake scan result reports.

Windows Enterprise Defender will install itself onto your computer without your consent or knowledge. It may proceed to start each time that you boot up your machine. Windows Enterprise Defender will present you with a fake system scan that will generate fake scan results. Once Windows Enterprise Defender has you entirely convinced that you have all types of malicious threats running on your machine, it will offer you a solution in the form of a full version which you will be required to pay for. You need to be aware of the factor that this so called "full version" is a scam and it is all just one big trick in order to obtain your hard earned money.

The best thing which you can do is to remove Windows Enterprise Defender upon detection. It would be even better if you invested in a decent antispyware application that was able to detect Windows Enterprise Defender before it even gets onto your machine. Decent up to date software will be able to do this. If you happen to get Windows Enterprise Defender on your computer, then it is suggested to rather make use of the automatic removal process as opposed to the manual removal process. The automatic removal process will be easier and more effective and everything will be done automatically for you.

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How to manually remove Windows Enterprise Defender

Files associated with Windows Enterprise Defender infection:

WE7af5.exe
Windows Enterprise Defender.lnk
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\WEDDSys
SetupRelease[1].exe
WEb5ef.exe
WindowsEDefender.exe
WE664b.exe
WEe514.exe
%AppData%\Windows Enterprise Defender
WEe514.exe
WE664b.exe
WE7af5.exe
WEb5ef.exe
WindowsEDefender.exe
SetupRelease[1].exe

Windows Enterprise Defender processes to kill:

WE7af5.exe
WEb5ef.exe
WEe514.exe
WE664b.exe
WindowsEDefender.exe
SetupRelease[1].exe
WEe514.exe
WE664b.exe
WE7af5.exe
WEb5ef.exe
WindowsEDefender.exe
SetupRelease[1].exe

Remove Windows Enterprise Defender registry entries:

WindowsEDefender.DocHostUIHandler
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN Windows Enterprise Defender
MicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRunWindows Enterprise Defender
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