- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Simply because the developers of well known rogues such as Quick Defragmenter or HDD Defragmenter decide to change the rogues’ names to Ultra Defragger, does not change or take away from these rogues’ vitriolic and malicious intentions. Ultra Defragger derives from both these infamous rogues and exceeds any previous efforts of this rogue family to achieve its devious goals.
Ultra Defragger has been exposed to be rogue defragmenter. As with its predecessors, Ultra Defragger is unable to detect and cure any real PC problems, and is only there to swindle money out of honest consumers. Ultra Defragger’s true colors appear shortly after the successful penetration of the PC, as the user will soon be bombarded with clearly fake popup notifications.
As is entirely expected, Ultra Defragger makes use of various fake notifications. Some of these reads as follows:
These notifications should enjoy no attention, as they are blatant lies created solely to cause panic in the targeted victim. To remove Ultra Defragger, you will need the help of a properly functioning and powerful security tool unless you are confident with a manual removal. It is pivotal in the interest of promoting a secure and healthy PC that you always invest in keeping your genuine security software fully updated and up to date. This will allow for the tool to successfully eliminate Ultra Defragger and similar threats.
How to manually remove Ultra Defragger
Files associated with Ultra Defragger infection:
Uninstall Ultra Defragger.lnk
Ultra Defragger DLL's to remove:
Ultra Defragger processes to kill:
Remove Ultra Defragger registry entries: