Windows Defence Unit

What is Windows Defence Unit?

Do not be mistaken by the misleading interface of the rogue anti-spyware Windows Defence Unit. This program has been developed by schemers who can activate it with the help of Trojans which are already running on your operating system. The rogue’s components could also be installed onto your PC using social engineering scams and drive-by download tricks. When the fake AV is fully installed onto your computer, it can block executable files partially paralyzing the entire operating system. As our malware researchers have discovered, the infection removes access to such utilities as Task Manager and Registry Editor, denies the connection to the web and the installation of new applications to aggravate Windows Defence Unit removal. Unfortunately, this is the task you need to perform as soon as possible.testtesttesttest 100% FREE spyware scan and
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How does Windows Defence Unit act?

Many Windows users find the interface of Windows Defence Unit extremely deceiving and misguiding. The tool resembles a legitimate Microsoft application which is meant to manage Security Essentials, Firewall and Antivirus Protection. The interface of the rogue is filled with red warnings indicating that your computer is at risk or that you need to activate antivirus protection to delete attacking threats. Needless to say, the most intimidating and misleading element of all is the fake Windows Defence Unit scanner. This fictitious attribute is used to convince you that numerous potential threats have been found on your PC. Right below the listed infections you are provided with the ‘Remove All’ button. If you think that this is the button you need to click in order to delete malware – you are wrong. First all, the listed threats are fictitious. Secondly, the ‘Remove All’ button will route you to the rogue’s purchase page.

You certainly should not waste your savings on the full feature version of the fake anti-spyware Windows Defence Unit. This fictitious rogue is nothing else but a clone of Windows Protection Tool, Windows Protection Booster, Windows AntiVirus Booster, and hundreds of other FakeVimes (or Rogue.VirusDoctor) family rogues all of which require immediate removal. All in all, since the program is malicious and its services are bogus, all you should be worried about right now is its removal. Did you know that you can disable the existing symptoms to alleviate Windows Defence Unit removal? All you have to do is click the Question mark icon on the rogue’s interface, select Register and apply one of the codes displayed below. This should unblock the executable files.

Registration codes:


How to remove Windows Defence Unit?

Windows Defence Unit is a rogue which you should delete as soon as possible, if you have not done this already. Unfortunately, the infection is quite stubborn and difficult to remove. If you discover that the aforementioned registration codes do not work and the executable files are still blocked, you may have serious trouble installing automatic malware removal software to delete Windows Defence Unit from the PC. If you have faced this issue as well, researchers recommend using the guides below. Make sure to leave a comment below of you find some of the steps confusing.

Remove Windows Defence Unit

  1. Restart the PC and start tapping F8 right when BIOS screen disappears.
  2. Use arrow keys on the keyboard to select Safe Mode with Command Prompt and tap Enter.
  3. In the Command Prompt window place the cursor after C:\Windows\system32\ .
  4. Type cd.. and tap Enter. The C:\Windows line will show up. Type explorer.exe and tap Enter.
  5. Navigate to the left of the Task Bar, open the Start menu and click Search/RUN.
  6. Type %appdata% and tap Enter. This will open the Application Data folder.
  7. Find svc-[random file name].exe and right-click this malign file. Select Delete to get rid of it.
  8. Now restart the computer in the Normal Mode.
  9. Open the Start menu, click Search/RUN, type regedit and tap Enter to open the Registry Editor.
  10. Follow the path HKEY_CURRECT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon.
  11. Right-click Shell, select Modify, change the Value to %WinDir%\Explorer.exe and click OK.
  12. Download the automatic malware removal tool from .
  13. Install the tool, scan the computer and click Fix Threats to delete the detected infections.
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