Win 8 Defender 2013

Win 8 Defender 2013 Description

Type: Adware

Win 8 Defender 2013 is a rogue anti-virus program designed by scammers to convince Internet users to purchase the so-called licensed version to supposedly remove detected malware threats and, thus, steal money. When installed on a compromised PC, Win 8 Defender 2013 starts a system scan and generates false malware infections to scare PC users into believing their computers are corrupted by numerous malware infections. Win 8 Defender 2013 also displays falsified warning messages that alert victims their computers are in danger.

There are numerous clones of Win 8 Defender 2013, all part of the WinPC Defender family. These clones include WinPC Defender, SystemDefender, IE Defender, IE Defender, XPdefender, WinDefender2008, PC Privacy Defender, Malware Defender 2009, Smart Defender Pro, Ultimate Defender, Advanced XP Defender, Security Defender Pro 2015.

Win 8 Defender 2013 aims at convincing affected PC users to buy the nonexistent licensed version to allegedly eliminate malware infections. Win 8 Defender 2013 does not have the ability to detect or uninstall any type of malware because it is a security threat itself. To protect your computer from possible damage, you should not believe or pay money for Win 8 Defender 2013 because it's counterfeit security software, which is hazardous to your computer system. If your PC is affected by Win 8 Defender 2013, ESG malware analysts strongly advise you to remove Win 8 Defender 2013 with a trustworthy anti-virus program.

Technical Information

File System Details

Win 8 Defender 2013 creates the following file(s):
# File Name Detection Count
1 %AppData%\[RANDOM 3 CHARACTERS].exe N/A

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