- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
XP Defender Plus 2013
If you are running on Windows XP, there is a possibility to get infected with XP Defender Plus 2013. This program is a fake antivirus application. It looks just like a legitimate antimalware tool, because it has been designed to trick unsuspecting users into thinking that it is the real deal. Once they believe that XP Defender Plus 2013 is a real antivirus program, they can be pushed into purchasing the full version of the application. This way you would reveal your credit card information and other confidential data to a third party, and your bank account would become exposed to illegal access. Therefore, you cannot trust this rogue program. Remove XP Defender Plus 2013 from your system right now.
The reason why XP Defender Plus 2013 is so good at deceiving users is that it belongs to Braviax family of fake antivirus programs. This family has been known for a few years already. It has multiple chameleon infections that generate their names according to the operating system of target computer. Thus, XP Defender Plus 2013 has other variants as well, including Vista Defender Plus 2013 and Win 7 Defender Plus 2013. Previous versions of this rogue include XP Defender, XP Defender 2013, XP Defender Pro and so on. Disregarding the version of a fake antivirus, most of the infections share the same fake security notifications:
XP Defender Plus 2013 displays these notifications to convince you that your computer is infected with multiple infections. To add up to this, it also slows down your system processes and tampers your internet connection. XP Defender Plus 2013 can block Task Manager and Registry Editor to avoid being removed. What is more, it can block your browser under a pretext that it is infected with malware, while in fact the rogue simply does not want you to access security websites.
It is possible to revert these annoying symptoms by registering XP Defender Plus 2013 with one of the following registration keys:
The rogue stays activated only for a definite period of time, so before it comes back at you with a new wave of fake notifications, you need to remove XP Defender Plus 2013 from your computer. Manual removal can prove to be troublesome, because you would need to work with sensitive registry files. It would be for the best to acquire a legitimate antimalware tool and terminate XP Defender Plus 2013 for good. Perform a full system scan with the free SpyHunter scanner to see whether you are infected with anything else beside XP Defender Plus 2013. Protect your computer from future infections by investing in a reliable computer security program.