Malware Defender 2009 - How to remove?

 

What is Malware Defender 2009?

Malware defender 2009 is a rogue spyware application from the makers of System Guard 2009 and Spyware Guard 2009/2008. It uses the proven method to gather your credit card details by showing a fake windows security center message stating that your PC is infected with various parasites. Also, you are bombed with various popups and fake alerts that try to convince you to buy Malware Defender 2009. If you try scanning PC with this scamware, it will show fake positives: Most of “infected files” are legitimate and necessary system processes. You whould criple your computer if you follow this rogue advice.

You can get Malware defender 2009 by several ways. The first and most popular one is bundled downloads in file sharing networks and infected websites. Fake video codecs might be used to spread this malware as well. And it comes not alone. You will get an additional trojans and rootkits to help Malware defender destroy your PC and force you to give your Credit card details to its maker. We strongly suggest first scanning the PC with legitimate free spyware scanner to check versions of parasites that have infected the system.

Update:

Malware defender 2009 website, Malwaredefender2009.com is hosted in Ukraine, IP 67.43.237.75, on the same ip as SytemGuard2009.com and SystemGuard2009m.com – websites of notorious parasite SystemGuard. You should block these websites, and add the IP address to untrusted list as well. The website itself is registered under non-existing address, proving once more that Malware Defender2009 Can not be trusted.

 

Automatic Malware Defender 2009 removal tools

 
  Download Spyhunter for Malware Defender 2009 detectionNote: Spyhunter trial provides detection of parasite like Malware Defender 2009 and assists in its removal for free. You can remove detected files, processes and registry entries yourself or purchase a full version.
 
 
 
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Manual Malware Defender 2009 removal

 

Important Note: Although it is possible to manually remove Malware Defender 2009, such activity can permanently damage your system if any mistakes are made in the process, as advanced spyware parasites are able to automatically repair themselves if not completely removed. Thus, manual spyware removal is recommended for experienced users only, such as IT specialists or highly qualified system administrators. For other users, we recommend using Spyhunter or other tools found on 2-viruses.com.

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It is impossible to list all file names and locations of modern parasites. You can identify remaining parasites, other Malware Defender 2009 infected files and get help in Malware Defender 2009 removal by using Spyhunter scanner. 

 

Malware Defender 2009 screenshots

 
Malware Defender 2009 rogue anti-spyware
           
     

9 thoughts on “Malware Defender 2009

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  2. S Douglas
     

    I was an puchaser of this product and since I installed, I have had alot of problems!! I am geting annoying advertisements continuosly when going intomy internet browser etc….I am so ashamed that I was scammed and not only lost money, but, my computer s going slow, and I want to gointo MY Computer or other important sites ndI get an error report.
    I wish I was more computer savvy, then maybe I wouldn’t have made this mistake.

     
  3. Rich A S
     

    I apparently picked up this Malware Defender 2009 when I visited some porn sites (naughty me). It scared me by telling me I had viruses, but I didn’t sign up for it, I bought Norton which tells me everything is OK, BUT I cannot stop the malware defender from popping up.

     
  4. Mike
     

    I have ran into this situation before and learned the hard way. I didn’t fall for buying it, but I learned how to reformat my computer in the process. I believe if I am not mistaken yahoo online scan will take care of it. Norton is pretty good to but, recently if you have AT&T they switched over to McAfee and it still doesn’t get rid of it. I would recommend to have a external hard drive for back up and save all of your important things on it. Last resort use your discs that came with the computer to uninstall then reinstall make sure you have your Regristration key and you might have to call your maker of your computer to get an activation code like I did. Hope that might help you a little.

     
  5. Lady
     

    what do i do with thoes codes above?? how do i use them for this purpose? i cant get rid of this Malware..! please help me.

     
  6. naryyugo
     

    Strongly suggest you visit http://www.malwarebytes.org/ and download their free program. If your computer is infected, you may need to use another computer to do the download, then burn malwarebytes on a CD. Start your infected computer in safe mode (google it if you don’t know how). Then turn OFF system restore (again, google if needed). Then install and run Malwarebytes with the internet disconnected. Then reboot in normal mode, restart system restore, and rerun Malwarebytes.

    Everyone I know who did the above got rid of that infection.

    If you gave these jerks your credit card number, contact your credit card company, have the charge reversed, and cancel the card– they will send you a new one. You never know what crooks will do with the credit card info. Good luck.

     
  7. erick
     

    i dont know how to delete the malware defender.its annoynig and it wont come off even if i delete it from the programs

     
  8. surya
     

    i dont know how to remove the malware defender so pls remove it and save my pc

     
  9. surya
     

    pls u remove the unwanted files ok

     

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