Annoying pop-ups do not let you work on the computer as usual? Tired of being under pressure from PC Defender to buy a full version? Thinking of doing as it says? The answer is - do not do anything you are thinking of doing. Delete PC Defender at once if you do not want it spying your computer & if you do not want to find your bank account emptied.
This fake application is nothing but counterfeit software created to use scare tactics until the users hand their financial data and money to the criminals behind the fabricated application. How? The users are deceived by fake scans, bogus pop-up informing about certain viruses or malicious software in the system. PC Defender does not delete the fake infections. On the contrary, the rogue tries to make you think that without the nonexistent “full version” your information is vulnerable to third parties. Do not purchase this rogue for it will not do anything to protect your system.
PC Defender is installed on the computer without a permission of the user. When unnoticed, Trojans creep into the computer as a tool to watch an online video, the rogue is “planted” in the system. The rogue undergoes some changes in the registry and presents differently named files as infection which will supposedly be deleted only after the purchase of the fake application. This is how PC Defender is luring you into exposing your financial information voluntarily.
However, there is a way to get rid of this fraudulent application without paying money for it. The options are to delete it either manually or automatically. Only if you are an experienced Windows user, should you perform the removal of the rogue manually. It is important to clean all malicious components off the system to prevent further regeneration. Thus, to stop causing more damage to the system, we recommend using a licensed antispyware tool which will speed up the process of rogue removal automatically.