Win 7 Defender 2013 is almost the most annoying threat I have ever seen. According to experts, this rogueware started its dirty job in the end of September and now it has infected thousands of computers. Typically, its aim is to make PC users believe that they have lots of viruses on their computers and that they need to buy Win 7 Defender 2013’s license to remove them. Be sure that this won’t help you to fix your computer because you have a deal with virus. It typically shows you these fake alerts and scanners and tries to make you scared. If you have also been interrupted by Win 7 Defender 2013 alerts, remove this program immediately! Otherwise you will lose your money and credit card details as well.
Win 7 Defender 2013 virus uses security holes to enter the system, so it doesn’t need any permission to ask from you. Having got through the security barriers, it drops some additional files and configures the system to run its executable every time PC is rebooted. This is also done secretly, without any permission asked. The only thing users starts seeing are misleading alerts and scanners that report about malware threats detected.