XP Defender Plus 2013 Removal Guide

Do you know what XP Defender Plus 2013 is?

XP Defender Plus 2013 is a fake AV tool which mischievously resembles an authentic security tool Windows Defender. The application is presented through a fictitious interface which provides you with such controls as Internet Security, Personal Security, Proactive Defense or Firewall. Despite this, the main feature of the fictitious application is its bogus computer scanner rushing you to delete non-existent malware. As soon as the infection enters your computer through various security backdoors or is downloaded by an existing Trojan, you are pushed to believe that Backdoor.Rbot.gen, Email-Worm.VBS.peach and other listed infection have invaded. This is a lie which is meant to trick you into purchasing the full version of the worthless full version of the fake malware removal tool. Needless to say, you should delete XP Defender Plus 2013 at once. Do you know how to remove the malicious application? Continue reading to find out.

As soon as the rogue is activated, you are presented with bogus computer scanner reports and fake Task Bar notifications. Here are a few of them:

Stealth intrusion!
Infection detected in the background. Your computer is now attacked by spyware and rogue software. Eliminate the infection safely, perform a security scan and deletion now.

Privacy threat!
Spyware intrusion detected. Your system is infected. System integrity is at risk. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords. Click here to perform a security repair.

Even if these alerts seem intimidating and the computer scanner looks reliable, you should not trust any information provided by the malicious XP Defender Plus 2013, clone of Win 7 Defender Plus 2013. If you do, soon enough you will be routed to the purchase page, where you will be offered to purchase the full version of a supposedly legitimate malware removal application. This product cannot delete infections and you should not waste money on it.

Instead of falling victim to cyber criminals, you should delete XP Defender Plus 2013 without any hesitations. Of course, this may seem impossible because of removed access to Task Manager and Registry Editor, blocked running of most executable files and inability to access the Internet. To disable these symptoms, you can activate a special registration code (1147-175591-6550 or 3425-814615-3990), which should help you remove existing symptoms. After this, there will be no restrictions to connect to the web and install automatic removal software. Note that manual XP Defender Plus 2013 removal should be performed only if you have deleted threats manually before.

In non-techie terms:

XP Defender Plus 2013 removal is unavoidable if you want to secure your virtual security and run the operating Windows system without further restrictions. It is recommended that you install reliable security tools to have the rogue deleted automatically and the PC guarded against schemers.

Aliases: XP Defender Plus.