Windows Active Defender Removal

What is Windows Active Defender Removal?

Windows Privacy Counsel and Windows Privacy Module infections moved across the world very fast, but today it is Windows Active Defender’s time to deceive Windows system users into purchasing a full version tool, which is good for nothing and should be ignored by all means. The application, which resembles an authentic Windows program, is completely fictitious and will be used by cyber criminals to generate unrighteous profits from those users, who will not detect the signs of the scam quickly. It is unfortunate, but most Windows users will not even know when the high-risk danger enters their systems, because of the rogue’s latent nature and high-level hackers’ skills.

Warning, this parasite will block your Internet connection. Click here for instructions how to renew your Internet access.

For the scam to be successful, you will be made believe that your computer is infected with tons of different spyware, and then will be pushed to remove these pretend infections with the rogue’s licensed version. Of course, the only piece of malware you should delete is Windows Active Defender itself, but you might be distracted from this idea by tons of different security notifications, which will be released by the same fake source as all of the bogus scanner reports. These deceitful pop-ups will recommend you to delete alleged infections, but you must understand that this is just another virtual schemers’ trick to make you lose your focus. See a few examples:

Application cannot be executed. The file notepad.exe is infected.
Please activate your antivirus software.

Software without a digital signature detected.
Your system files are at risk. We strongly advise you to activate your protection.

Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.

Please click “Remove all” button to erase all infected files and protect your PC

To remove all of the bogus notifications, you can use a special activation code (0W000-000B0-00T00-E0020), which will also help you fight other system’s symptoms, including blocked Internet connection, removed access to Windows Tools (Registry Editor and Task Manager), and disabled running of most system’s executables. If you do not remove these symptoms, you will have no way to delete Windows Active Defender from your system, which you should do as soon as you first notice decreased system’s performance that will appear immediately after the infection enters your PC. Please follow one of the two removal options, which you will find below.testtesttesttesttest

Automatic Windows Active Defender Removal

Not many Windows users are familiar with malware removal operations, which is why legal security tools are being developed and distributed constantly. Reliable software could delete Windows Active Defender without taking any precious time, and could ensure full-time security for all system files and applications. Below you can see two ways to install automatic removal tools onto your computer. Note that both removal versions require you to have applied the special activation code, which would stop all infection’s symptoms.

1) With renewed Internet connection go online and download reliable, up-to-date antimalware software. Install it on your computer, and allow automatic processes to detect and get rid of all infection’s components.

2) It has been noticed that some computers amongst virus’ existence become barely operable, and if this is happening with your system too, you might find downloading antimalware applications onto an alternative computer easier. Afterwards, simply transfer the installation files onto the compromised machine and allow the automatic tools to proceed exactly like in the first option. 100% FREE spyware scan and
tested removal of Windows Active Defender Removal*

Manual Windows Active Defender Removal

Rogue antispyware applications are highly complex and their removal can be as equally complicated, especially to those, who do not have previous experience at detecting malignant processes, files and registration keys. Only expert Windows users should delete the virus manually, and utmost precision at fulfilling each of the three steps is a must.

1) Firstly, apply the virus’ activation key to regain access to Windows Tools, and terminate all of these processes in the Task Manager:
%AppData%\Protector [Random].exe2) In the Registry Editor delete the registry keys below (to reach the tool, type “regedit” in the search tool):
3) To finish off, make sure that these files are also removed:


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