Basically, Block Defense is just a rename of the rogue applications mentioned above. As you can see it uses the same template but this time with very weird name which doesn't make any sense. In other hand, it does "Block" your "Defence" so maybe it's not so bad name after all. Usually, BlockDefense is promoted through the use of Trojan viruses, fake online anti-spyware scanners, malicious websites and other malware. While running, this parasite will perform fake system scan and report various bogus computer security threats. What is more, the rogue program will constantly display legitimately looking security alerts. It will impersonate Windows Security Center and display notifications that your anti-virus protection is disabled and that you should buy Block Defense to ensure full system protection. Of course, we recommend you not to do so. Otherwise, you will simply lose your money and your credit card details might be sold for cyber-thieves.
BlockDefense will also hijack your web browsers and block security software. If you find that your computer is infected, please use the removal guide below to remove BlockDefense from the system manually for free. Related files: Uninstall.exe
• Changes browser settings
• Shows commercial adverts
• Stays resident in background
BlockDefense manual removal
Delete registry values:
c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\BlockDefense
c:\Program Files\BlockDefense Software
c:\Program Files\BlockDefense Software\BlockDefense
Geolocation of BlockDefense
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