AV Defender should be treated as rogue anti-spyware but never as legitimate application. Not everybody knows that this program must be removed from the system once detected because it may cause various problems connected with PC’s functionality. Once AVDefender is installed into the system, it starts interrupting into the casual browsing of a user: tons of annoying pop-up ads accompanied by fake system scanners and alerts appear time to time. Ignore these notifications and do NOT delete “infected” files reported by AV Defender. In fact, these files are mostly legitimate your system files or invented ones, created by the same AV Defender.
First of all, AV Defender appears on computer’s desktop out of nowhere. It is known to apply the classic method of distribution through the backdoor trojans but may be installed manually as well. Once on board, AV Defender starts stating that “computer is being attacked by Internet Viruses” and then offers purchasing its licensed version for these scams removal. Clicking on any of these alerts may automatically redirect to the malicious website also promoting AV Defender.
So, when browsing, do NOT fall into installing scams like this and also ignore their fake notifications. If you end up with letting AV Defender stay inside your system, it will keep scanning your computer randomly and will report more infections. Remove AV Defender which is created not for increasing computer’s security! Get a reputable anti-spyware, update its virus database and run a full system scan.
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