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PC Security Blog Provides Post To Easily Remove 'PC Defender Plus' Fake AntiSpyware Application
PC Defender Plus has been found by security researchers from just about every trusted online safety site to be a fake antispyware application designed to render money extortion techniques among gullible PC users.
In contrast to legitimate antispyware programs on the PC software market, PC Defender Plus is one that attempt to impersonate genuine programs designed for protecting Windows PCs from malware and other threats. The actions of PC Defender Plus, found to display misleading popups and carry out system scans filled with misjudge results, are a step that PC Defender Plus takes to win over the trust of PC users.
In the mist of confused PC users who have PC Defender Plus installed on their PC, there will be a majority who want to remove PC Defender Plus. Uninstallation of PC Defender Plus, unfortunately, cannot be performed using the Windows control panel. Some advanced PC users have been able to eliminate the threat of malicious programs similar to PC Defender Plus. However, there is a sure way of removing PC Defender Plus and that is by taking use of a legitimate antimalware application.
A security blog, known for staying up-to-date with the latest malware threats, has released a blog post with additional information on PC Defender Plus including a way to automatically remove it. Through this post, PC users of virtually any experience level, are able to remove PC Defender Plus with provided resources on the post.
From the looks of PC Defender Plus alone, one would conclude that it is some type of legitimate security program. If you think this, you would be completely mistaken and lead down a road of distruction and theft of your money. Basically, paying money for PC Defender Plus is like putting your hard earned cash in a shredder. It is not a good idea.
The newly posted blog post http://www.onlinesafety411.com/