Even if security experts are warning us to be extremely cautious when browsing the Internet, sometimes people become victims of malicious hackers` creations. SysDefence is again one of the latest creations of cyber criminals, and it puts vulnerable computers in real danger. This fake security application pretends to be a reliable AV tool and imitates the layout and services provided by legitimate software. SysDefence is transferred to targeted computers via compromised video codecs and fake flash updates. When the user agrees to download the specific codec, the infected files are automatically downloaded to his PC even without his knowledge and approval.
Because SysDefence is a fake anti-spyware application, it cannot detect any infected files and system errors. All the warnings displayed by this tool are not accurate, and they do not show real information about the state of your system. The pop-up messages, as well as the scan results are displayed to scare the user of the infected PC into thinking his system is in danger, and it will crash if the compromised files are not removed. However, later it becomes obvious that this cannot be done without the services of the registered version of SysDefence. The fake tool will take you to some web page which does not show details about the creators of the application and includes only little information about the software itself. However, you will be asked about your personal and credit card details.
Do not be tricked and do not submit any information to hackers. It will be misused, and you will spend your money on a useless program. To protect your computer from malicious files, you have to remove the intruder as soon as possible and make sure that you do not disclose your details to cyber criminals. Install reliable and effective security software.