System Defender

What is System Defender?

System Defender is a malicious rogue which may affect your Windows operating system. The clandestine infection may slither in using corrupted spam email attachments or misleading software bundle offers, and it could be downloaded by already running infections, like clandestine Trojans. Once activated, System Defender attempts to intimidate computer users and trick them into thinking that their operating systems are affected by dangerous infections. If you do not remove System Defender in time, the fake security tool will imitate a system scan and will list various bogus threats that you supposedly need to delete. For example, you may be pushed to remove Azero.B. This is not a threat that you need to be scared of; however, the provided description may be intimidating.testtesttest 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Instead of trusting the information provided by System Defender, you should delete this fictitious malware detector, and scan the operating system to learn which other threats you need to delete.

How does System Defender work?

As you may know already, System Defender is just a fictitious malware scanner; however, it is easier to discuss it as a rogue antivirus, because the scanner is meant to convince computer users that they need to install Spyware Defender 2014. This is a completely unreliable malware detection and removal tool which you will be offered to purchase for $69.95. After completing a bogus system scan, System Defender initiates the so-called antivirus search and presents a list of supposedly reliable malware removers. Needless to say, Spyware Defender 2014 will be listed as the only available option.

System Defender can block certain executable files, block access to the Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers, and even block Internet connection for Internet Explorer users. If you launched this browser, you would be presented with the following warning.

Internet Explorer Warning – visiting this web site may harm your computer!
Most likely causes:
- The website contains exploits that can launch a malicious code on your computer
- Suspicious network activity detected
- There might be an active spyware running on your computer

This warning is fictitious, and it is just one of the many ways System Defender developers will try to intimidate you. Besides this, the threat can corrupt your mouse cursor, flip the desktop upside down, and randomly open porn sites. This activity is meant to aggravate System Defender removal and trick more users into thinking that they should delete fictitious threats using the completely fictitious malware remover. Needless to say, you need to delete System Defender from your operating system to ensure that all intrusive activity is terminated. Well, how can you remove the threat if your computer is corrupted and you cannot run executable files or connect to the web?

How to remove System Defender?

All System Defender removal processes must be performed after rebooting the computer in safe mode. If you do this successfully, you need to remove nouwafmf.exe (under %Temp%\lrkhsasgzc) and the files of other potentially existing threats. Do you think it is easy to delete System Defender manually? It is NOT. Our malware researchers here at recommend running an authentic automatic malware removal tool SpyHunter, and the instructions below show how to install it onto the corrupted PC.

Remove System Defender and Software Defender

Remove from Windows 8:

  1. Tap the Windows key on the keyboard to access the Metro UI menu.
  2. Navigate to the bottom-right corner to open the Charm Bar and click Settings.
  3. Select Change PC Settings and click General.
  4. Navigate to Advanced Startup and click Restart Now.
  5. Click Advanced Startup, select Troubleshoot, and then click Advanced Options.
  6. Now click Startup Settings, select Restart, and choose F5 (Safe Mode with Networking).
  7. As soon as the PC reboots, launch a browser and visit .
  8. Install a legitimate malware remover which will delete running threats.

Remove from Windows Vista/Windows 7:

  1. Restart the computer and wait for the moment that BIOS screen disappears.
  2. Immediately start tapping the F8 key to launch the Advanced Options Boots menu.
  3. Using arrow keys on the keyboard select Safe Mode with Networking and tap Enter.
  4. Launch a browser and enter into the address bar.
  5. Follow the provided instructions to install a legitimate malware remover.

Remove from Windows XP:

  1. Restart the PC, wait for BIOS (informs about hardware) to load, and start tapping the F8 key.
  2. In the Windows Advanced Options Menu select Safe Mode with Networking using arrow keys.
  3. Tap the Enter key on the keyboard to confirm and wait for the PC to reboot.
  4. When the ‘Windows is running in safe mode’ notification shows up – click YES for confirmation.
  5. Navigate to the left of the Taskbar and click the Start button to open a user menu.
  6. Click RUN and enter msconfig to open the System Configuration Utility.
  7. Click the Startup tab, un-mark the listed programs (or click Disable All), and click OK.
  8. Now launch a browser and enter into the address bar.
  9. Click the Download button and install a trustworthy automatic malware removal tool.
  10. Use the downloaded malware remover to delete System Defender and any other malware. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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