PRLog - Dec. 26, 2012 - A new blog post has made the task easy for removing a fake security program known as Win 7 Defender. Win 7 Defender has been popularized through its deceptive and misleading ways known to trick PC users out of money at the end of its scam.
Win 7 Defender
Win 7 Defender is a program that looks just like a trusted security program would for a Windows PC. Security researchers have detected Win7 Defender on several computers mostly running the Windows 7 operating system. These infected systems have had cases where Win 7 Defender repeatedly displays popup messages attempting to alert computer users of detecting malware and security issues on a system. These threats are in fact fabricated and actually none-existent.
Win 7 Defender was created by hackers who want to do everything in their power to take money from unsuspecting PC users. The ones who fall for the tricks of Win7 Defender are in abundant numbers due to the clever and sneaky ways of Win 7 Defender. These ways include Win 7 Defender running what seems to be system scans and then reporting back with scan results filled with all types of malware threats or security issues found. These threats and issues are all bogus and not actually present on a system with Win 7 Defender installed.
Part of the scam of Win 7 Defender is to first gain the trust of a PC user. After trust is gained, Win 7 Defender kicks into overdrive by offering a so-called registered copy to finally fix and remove all threats and issues it supposedly found. Purchasing Win 7 Defender will then verify its illegitimacy by it failing to remove or fix all issues that it first said it discovered on the system that it is installed on.
Under no conditions should any PC user trust Win7 Defender because it is a fake security program created by hackers. The most aggravating part of Win 7 Defender is trying to remove it using conventional methods, such as through the Windows control panel. An automated way of removing Win 7 Defender has been outlined in a new blog post on an online and internet safety site at: http://www.onlinesafety411.com/