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Remove Computer Defender 2009

Posted by malwareremoval on August 27, 2009

Computer Defender 2009 is new fake antispyware application from the same rogue family as Virus Remover Professional. Computer Defender 2009 is typical bogus application main purpose of which is to scare computer users and push them into purchasing absolutely useless licensed version. Parasite uses different tactics to achieve this goal. One of them is promoting through the use of Trojan horses. That means that penetration into victims system will be undetected. Then Computer Defender 2009 will configure itself to start automatically every boot up. While running on background, Computer Defender 2009 will flood your system with numerous fake security alerts from your Windows Taskbar informing that your computer is seriously infected with various threats. In this way Computer Defender 2009 can dramatically slow your PC performance, because these alerts will use too many computer recourses. Moreover, parasite will constantly perform full system scan and list you exaggerated scan results. We thing that be enough to convince a lot of computer users that their systems are infected and the only way out is Computer Defender 2009. But wait a bit, remember that Computer Defender 2009 is rogue application and don’t worth a cent. Don’t pay for Computer Defender 2009, remove it as soon as possible using SpywareDoctor + antivirus.

ComputerDefender2009.GUI

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