CLEARWATER, FL — Windows Premium Defender makes the claim of being a security solution for PCs that may be plagued with malware. Windows Premium Defender will even go as far as to promise successful removal of detected threats if a PC user purchases the Windows Premium Defender application. Security researchers have debunked this very idea and relayed factual information about Windows Premium Defender in new removal reports over the Internet.
Windows Premium Defender is a rogue antispyware program designed by cybercrooks. The developers of Windows Premium Defender intend on scamming PC users out of money through vigorous methods that end up gaining a PC user’s trust. In the end, deception conquers all.
At first glance, the Windows Premium Defender program appears to be not much different from well-recognized antimalware or even antivirus programs. It has a complete menu setup with what looks to be several functions for initiating the task of detecting malware threats on a PC. Through those functions, Windows Premium Defender does not live up to its promises. Windows Premium Defender usually concludes with a failed attempt of removing malware, even when a so-called registered copy of Windows Premium Defender is used.
Older rogue antispyware programs such, as Windows Security System and Windows Advanced Toolkit, are believed to be created by the same hackers who have introduced Windows Premium Defender. These programs are just an example as the vast field of emerging malware threats in the form of a fake antimalware application.
Outlined in new security research reports specific to Windows Premium Defender, is the fact that Windows Premium Defender cannot be removed in a manner PC users are able to uninstall normal applications. The cybercrooks who have created Windows Premium Defender made it so users are not able to easily uninstall the application, leaving them with very few solutions. Fortunately, removal reports such as ones found on EnigmaSoftware.com, provide specialized resources to assist with safely removing the Windows Premium Defender malware application.
The video linked above is a real-life example of a PC user utilizing tools from the Windows Premium Defender removal report at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/windowspremiumdefender-removal/ to completely remove Windows Premium Defender.