Despite the fact that your computer might be protected with an antivirus program, there are computer threats that still manage to slither in. Win 7 Defender 2013 is a new rogue antispyware program that masquerades as a reliable antivirus application while trying to rip you off. Win 7 Defender 2013 targets users that have Windows 7 operating system, but the general setup of this rogue threaten other operating systems as well.
It is a part of a huge family of computer threats that change its name according to which operating system the target computer runs on. For example, if you have Windows XP, this rogue can change its name into XP Defender 2013. Thus, we can deduce that Win 7 Defender 2013 is created by the same hackers that have released XP Home Security 2012, Win 7 Total Security and other similar rogues that have many names, but work based on the same principle.
Win 7 Defender 2013 has many ways to infect your system, so you have to stay away from random advertisements and online malware scanners that offer you to perform a quick system scan. These are the main means of distribution used by Win 7 Defender 2013. Your system will be crippled by this rogue in no time if you do nothing about it.
You have to realize that Win 7 Defender 2013 is not a genuine antivirus tool. It performs a full system scan and says that you are infected with such things as Email-Worm.JS.Gigger, IRC-Worm.DOS.Septic or Joke.1068 in order to make you push that "Registration" button and purchase a full version of Win 7 Defender 2013. However, instead of spending your money for nothing, press "Registration" and enter the following activation key:
This will make Win 7 Defender 2013 "think" that you have purchased the license already and will stop displaying fake warnings. Then you need to acquire a computer security application and remove Win 7 Defender 2013 from your computer, before this rogue blocks your .exe files or the Internet connection.
If you have any problem removing Win 7 Defender 2013, leave a comment below.