- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
In today’s increasingly unsafe and hostile online world, the World Wide Web is assailed by hundreds of newly discovered threats every minute. These threats continuously evolve in an effort to try and stay one step ahead of its biggest rivals. It remains a race in time for developers of rogue applications to scam consumers and wreak havoc before it is identified by the online security world as harmful rogues. For developers of legitimate antivirus and antispyware applications, it is a constant battle to keep on top of the vulnerabilities and security flaws which rogue developers take advantage of in order to target their victims.
The online security industry is a major market, and unfortunately there will always be those who will want to exploit it. A perfect case in point is Defence Center. This rogue antispyware will sneak up on its victims and enter their systems through malware which installs Defence Center on the system without the knowledge or consent of the PC owner. It is configured to start up when Windows is booted up, and will go on to absolutely spam the user with bogus security warnings informing the user of devastating system infections. These purported infections do in fact not exist, but is made up for the sole purpose of igniting panic in the user.
Defence Center will do everything in its power to convince the consumer to buy into its bogus software. And if you thought it would be easy to remove Defence Center, you are in for a nasty surprise as once installed the system security is lowered immediately. This will expose the PC to even more attacks and possible infections, and will further compromise the user’s sensitive personal identifiable information.
When presented with any of the fake security messages presented by Defence Center, the user should not click on the warnings or visit any of the touted websites. Such an instance can lead to inadvertent malware or Trojan downloads being installed, which will allow Defence Center to take root in the computer. Simply remove Defence Center by performing thorough system scans with well known and genuine antispyware in order to delete this harmful rogue from your PC and restore control of the system to its rightful owner.
It would seem that most agree that the most effective way to get rid of this harmful and annoying infection and minimize the damage would be to delete Defence Center completely.
It is unfortunate that in a world with increasing awareness of online security and the dangers of fake and rogue applications, there is still a huge market for exploiting the uninformed and vulnerable. The only way to combat this consistent onslaught on consumers is to continuously work to remain one step ahead of the ever evolving cyber criminals.