Windows Attacks Defender

What is Windows Attacks Defender?

There is one more malicious antispyware program in the virtual world that will attempt to make a profit from your misfortune! Windows Attacks Defender, just like its predecessor Windows Threats Destroyer, is ready to attack any PC user, so be ready, because it might be your turn next!  The malicious rogue will try to convince you that your Windows system will not be safe until you buy its licensed version. Therefore, you need to be wary of any suspicious links, spam emails, online scanners or other applications that might instigate the infection’s setup! The rogue could be hiding anywhere in your virtual space, but if it is already active in your system you have to remove Windows Attacks Defender immediately!

If you are not careful enough, the rogue will make you believe that your computer is infected with Trojans, worms or other malware, with the help of intimidating pop-ups and alerts. Do not worry, because everything that Windows Attacks Defender informs you with is non-existent, and your computer is likely to be infected with only one malicious application – Windows Attacks Defender itself! Of course, there are no guarantees that once this fake antispyware starts running in your operating system, more malicious infections will not find their way too! This is just one more good reason why you need to get rid of Windows Attacks Defender as soon as possible. However, the fake notifications that will start coming up on your screen will not inform you with truthful facts, and you need to ignore them!

It is best you ignore Windows Attacks Defender, but do not wait and do not leave this infectious malware active in your Windows, as this could only do more damage! If you got tricked by this malicious rogue, do not forget to inform your bank about the fraud, and stop hijackers from accessing your account in the future! Delete Windows Attacks Defender from your PC with a legitimate antispyware tool, and go back to your normal Windows tasks.


It has been researched that Windows Attacks Defender restricts access to such important Windows components as Registry Editor and Task Manager, and you will not be able to run most executable files. Because of these infection’s features, it will be extremely hard for you to detect and remove Windows Attacks Defender from your operating system, if you choose to do so manually.

Bellow you can see a few examples of fake Windows Attacks Defender’s notifications:

Attempt to run a potentially dangerous script detected.
Full system scan is highly recommended

Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
Windows Media Player Resources
C:\WINDOWS\system32\dllcache\wmploc.dll is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.


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