Windows Pro Defence Kit Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Pro Defence Kit is?

Windows Pro Defence Kit is a rogue and this rogue is meant to provide misleading information to trick you into thinking that malicious programs have taken over your personal computer. Since the rogue is considered to be a malicious application itself, it would be naive to think that it could identify Trojans, viruses, keyloggers, or any other infections. You certainly should not expect the fictitious anti-spyware to remove malignant software. Of course, if you purchase the full version of the rogue, and this is the main objective behind the scam, the fake infections will appear to be removed. Nonetheless, the threat will not delete real Trojans which may have installed the rogue itself. These are a few reasons why you should delete Windows Pro Defence Kit from the computer. You should also make sure to remove such predecessors as Windows Defence Master or Windows Security Master which belong to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family.

Most computer users do not identify Windows Pro Defence Kit as a rogue as soon as it appears on the PC. Unfortunately, even if you do recognize the rogue, it might be extremely difficult to delete it from the system. The infection can remove access to the web browsers, Task Manager, Registry Editor, and other Windows utilities. The direct outcome of this is aggravated Windows Pro Defence Kit removal. It will be extremely difficult to delete this infection from the system if you cannot terminate malignant processes or download automatic malware removal software. Nonetheless, this is exactly what you should do because the devious rogue can corrupt the computer and flood the desktop with completely fictitious information.
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As you may have realized already, the interface of the clandestine rogue is highly misleading. All of the attributes, including Firewall, Automatic Updates, Anti-Phishing or Antivirus Protection, are fictitious. All in all, it is most essential to stay away from the bogus Antivirus Scanner and the misleading pop-up alerts. Note that on the interface of the rogue you can find the Question icon. If you click it and select Register, you will be presented with an area for registered users. You can try to apply one of the keys below to activate the full version of the supposedly legitimate malware remover. This should disable all of the existing symptoms.

Registration keys:


As soon as the keys are activated, you should launch a browser and download a legitimate Windows Pro Defence Kit remover. We recommend using SpyHunter because this tool will detect and delete all existing computer threats, including potentially existing Trojans. If you keep the software active at all times, your operating system will be protected against other threats reliably. In case the registration keys do not work, you can use the removal guide below. Most importantly, avoid any purchase recommendations related to the rogue because this is how schemers will take away your money and reveal sensitive credit card data.

Delete Windows Pro Defence Kit from the PC

  1. Firstly restart the computer.
  2. Start tapping F8 immediately after BIOS screen disappears.
  3. Select Safe Mode with Command Prompt using arrow keys.
  4. Tap Enter to confirm the selection and wait for the PC to boot and the Command Prompt to show up.
  5. Place the cursor after C:\Windows\system32\ , type cd.. and tap Enter on the keyboard.
  6. As the C:\Windows line shows up – tap explorer.exe and tap Enter one more time.
  7. Now navigate to the left of the Task Bar and click the Start icon. A menu will pop up.
  8. Now, depending on the operating system, click RUN/Search, type %appdata% and tap Enter.
  9. In the Application Data folder right-click svc-[random file name].exe and select Delete.
  10. Restart the PC again. Choose to do so in the Normal Mode.
  11. Open the Start menu and click RUN/Search again. This time type regedit and tap Enter.
  12. Go to HKEY_CURRECT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon.
  13. Right-click the Shell, select Modify and enter %WinDir%\Explorer.exe into the Value box. Click OK.
  14. Visit and follow the provided instructions.
  15. Install the automatic malware removal tool SpyHunter, scan the PC and delete the detected threats.

In non-techie terms:

You have to remove Windows Pro Defence Kit from the PC because this is a rogue malware remover which cannot protect your operating system or delete truly dangerous malware. If you have already purchased the full-feature tool, you need to contact your bank and inform them about the scam. Note that the credit card information, full name and other sensitive information you have shared could be used by cyber criminals in other scams. You need to make sure that you private information is secured.

Aliases: Windows Defence Kit.