Fake antivirus programs are not going anywhere. It is obvious from the fact that there is yet another wave of Braviax family rogue coming with intention to rip unsuspecting users off. XP Defender Plus 2013 is one of the newest programs from this huge group of fake AVs and it exhibits every single feature that was common to its predecessors - namely XP Defender, XP Defender 2013 and so on. It is a multi-name rogue, which means that the name of the fake AV depends on your operating system. If you run Windows XP, then the rogue will change its title to XP Defender Plus 2013 upon the infection.
What is more, once the infection takes place, XP Defender Plus 2013 performs registry modifications that allows it to load together with your operating system. So whenever you turn on your computer the fake AV programs pops up into your screen as well. Once XP Defender Plus 2013 loads, it performs a fake system scan, in order to convince that your system is infected with such dangerous threats as DoS.Win32.DieWar, Virus.Boot-DOS.V.1536 or Backdoor.Perl.AEI.16. and so on. On top of that, so support its claims about supposed infections, XP Defender Plus 2013 spams you with false security messages:
System security threat was detected. Viruses and/or spyware may be damaging your system now. Prevent infection and data loss or stealing by running a free security scan.
Spyware intrusion detected. Your system is infected. System integrity is at risk. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords. Click here to perform a security repair.
These message pop up every other second and does not allow you to operate your computer normally. Also, XP Defender Plus 2013 generates various infection symptoms to make think that you are really infected with all these Trojans and worms - it slows down your computer and also blocks you from accessing certain webpages. XP Defender Plus 2013 behaves that way, because it wants to avoid being removed from your computer. What is more, it claims that all problems will be taken care of once you purchase the full version of the program.
Needless to say, that by purchasing the full version of XP Defender 2013, you would reveal your credit card information to a third party, and your bank account would be accessed illegally, resulting in an ultimate money loss. Thus, you have to close the program and remove XP Defender 2013 right now with a reliable antimalware tool. There might be other infections hiding in your system as well, so download a free SpyHunter scanner and check your PC for any other threats. Do all it takes to protect your system from the likes of XP Defender Plus 2013.