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Delete Windows Attacks Defender scam

By Gina on March 2, 2012 | Rogue Antispyware, Windows Attacks Defender, WindowsAttacksDefender, WindowsAttacks Defender, Windows AttacksDefender Delete Windows Attacks Defender scam

Windows Attacks Defender is a rogue anti-spyware application. It tries to mislead users into believing their computers are infected. Malware spreads via trojan horse which enters the system through its vulnerabilities. Once active, Windows Attacks Defender starts fake scans and displays numerous pop-ups and security issues.

This is a fraud and none of the information should be trusted. Malware also may redirect your browser to other web pages that advertises registered version of Windows Attacks Defender. Do not purchase it, because the program is malicious. It seeks to milk money from unwary users. Do not fall for this scam. Use an effective malware remover and terminate Windows Attacks Defender upon detection. 

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