The Best Option To Remove WinPC Defender

If you are one of the unlucky ones to get infected with it and are looking for the best option to remove WinPC Defender that actually works, I can sympathize with you because I know just how frustrating this rogue antispyware program can be to try and get rid of. The good news is that there is a relatively new tool that has shown to be very effective at performing a WinPC Defender removal.

What is Vista Antispyware 2011?


It is a new rogue antispyware program designed to scare you into thinking you computer is infected by finding fake security alerts and malware scans that suggest that you dial 9-1-1, purchase a new license, and thereby give them your computer for free.

It also logs keystrokes and browsing habits and sends that information off to remote servers so that the hacker on the other side can attempt to gain access to your private and personal financial information such as credit cards and bank accounts.

Why is it so Difficult to Remove WinPC Defender?

The program is part of a new breed of rogue security programs that are also extremely sophisticated and intelligent. It is able to hide itself deep within your computer’s file system and registry and places a number of random files and folders on your computer. It is able to detect if you try to delete it and fire off warning messages stating that the program is legitimate and useful.

So what can you do about it?

First you can perform a mild virus scan using software that is specially designed to scan for any malicious files that may be hiding in your system right now. If the software isn’t able to locate any malicious files than you may have to use a malware removal tool to remove it.

The second step to remove WinPC Defender is to reboot your system into normal mode. Now simply open up your task manager, from the task manager click Run Differentiation and click on Sites and Deduplication.

You may need to run this several times to completely delete all traces of the rogue antispyware program. Now that it is deleted, you can reboot your computer and surf the internet as usual without having to worry about anymore dangerous infections.

Restart your computer into Safe Mode

(Click Start > Run, type Safe Mode and click OK.)

Safe mode is very important because it freezes ActiveX apps in the background (which is what rogue antispyware programs are designed to do) and this will require you to end any malicious apps attempting to run on your computer. If you don’t do this, then when you try to install an app they will complain that it is unable to run in Safe Mode.

Download the latest Windows Security patch

Step one here to make sure you have the latest patches installed on your computer. If you don’t know what this is, then click on the link and read about it below. You’ll see a number in bold type in the lower right of your screen.

Click on that number and you’ll see some very important information about the Windows Update. This is the process by which Microsoft has made deals with the major mobile malware developers and approved which apps may be installed on your phone. This patch is a digital signature that the manufacturer will sign and will allow the software to run. If you’re using a different brand of mobile phone, then you may need a software developer’s permission to install the given app in your phone.

Again, if you’re not sure about this, then contact both the manufacturer and the developer of the given app and ask them if they need any procedure signs as to how the said app may be install.


This has got to be one of the worst cases of malware. When you see unauthorized advertising on your phone, press the option for More… about the program. You may see some very clever spyware here. such as a pop-up that appears immediately when you open your phone.

This is one of the most frustrating things about being infected with malware. When you start to think that you’ve fixed the problem and start getting pop-ups, you go to the website that got installed in your phone. And the moment you press the sign in button and start browsing the malicious site, you get one pop-up after another. Each one belief you press another button gets you to the site you start browsing. Some malicious sites have sites that verify your identity while others may simply survive if you don’t allow it.

If you’re not used to dealing with malicious websites then you might be shocked at what you find when you do discover these pop-ups. But being victimized by malware is nothing new. We’ve been dealing with these types of situations for years. Basically, malware is any site that is loaded with commercial adware or spyware and usually alters your computer, whether it’s an adware site or a spyware site.

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