Windows Enterprise Defender

Windows Enterprise Defender Description

Type: Rogue AntiSpyware Programs

ScreenshotFrom the same family as Windows PC Defender, Windows Enterprise Defender is another fake security application out to swindle unsuspecting users out of their money. With the help of other malware, Windows Enterprise Defender is able to secretly penetrate a targeted system. Once inside a system, Windows Enterprise Defender creates malicious files and registry values, enabling the rogue program to run every time you start Windows. Like all fake anti-spyware programs, Windows Enterprise Defender first runs a scan then displays annoying pop-ups informing you that your computer is infected and needs to be cleaned with 'Windows Enterprise Defender' itself. Windows Enterprise Defender is actually a harmful program that should not to be trusted.

Windows Enterprise Defender belongs to the WinPC Defender family and has among its clones 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.
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Technical Information

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SpyHunter Detects & Remove Windows Enterprise Defender

File System Details

Windows Enterprise Defender creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 SetupRelease[1].exe de3b1c86ae9706766fab94daff64413b 3
2 WEe514.exe 7b4534361bbba2e3d66391a781d98f0b 0
3 WindowsEDefender.exe 06b62b83338860ebe70074db8732dc25 0
4 WEb5ef.exe f75a45dd02cb5ea351d4f40ba09b2d7e 0

Registry Details

Windows Enterprise Defender creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
File name without path
Windows Enterprise Defender.lnk

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2 Comments

  • larry dwonch :

    I am trying to get rid of the enterprise defender download, i have not registered , and I already have a anti virus , how do I do this? I tried deleting in my system but it will not take it out keeps on coming up on my monitor....
    Thank You, L Dwonch

  • Steve:

    I have been able to get this far...

    I've been using the business end of a 2 by 4 for the past two days fighting Windows Enterprise Defender. I have isolated it, but it's not completely gone. Had to block IP for search-gala.com, fake alerts gone... and perfomance has improved greatly... However I still can't open task manager or spydoctor (pc tools). Better than it was before, I could not open anything. Downloaded "process explorer" WED did not recognize the .exe, so I was able to get in their and stop the process. Finally Malwarebytes would open and I cleared out 808 infected files. Ran Microsoft's version of their malware checker and still saw the wed***.exe and others resident on the machine, but just like Obie One, 'Don't pay any attention us, we are not the ones you are looking for."

    Sorry, back to the point... I was able to remove 1 regkey manually, but search is not finding anything else? Manually looked still nothing... no file or folders. Safe mode w/ and wo/ networking... nothing. Even tried a command prompt, but I failed the history exam!

    I'm just trying to help an unemployed friend and want to finish the job right... can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Any help greatly appreciated!!!

    Thanks

    Steve