Computer Defender 2009 Removal Instructions

Computer Defender 2009 is a rogue security application. It may be a new model, but it doesn’t have any new tricks. It invades computers through Trojan horse applications then proceeds to use security messages and fake scans to annoy the user. It constantly tries to get the user to buy the full version of Computer Defender 2009.
This rogue, like any other rogue, will cause your computer to slow down and will hinder your Internet connection. It may hijack your browser and change your homepage or it may even download more malware. It should be removed as soon as possible. In order to manually remove Computer Defender 2009, you should delete the following registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Computer Defender 2009?
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Computer Defender 2009
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Computer Defender 2009

Relative file contents:

Computer Defender 2009

Then, these files should be deleted:

System Root%\Samples
User Profile%\Local Settings\Temp
Program Files%\Computer Defender 2009
Program Files%\LabelCommand
Documents and Settings%\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Computer Defender 2009
Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\ADSL Software Limited\Computer Defender 2009

Though removing Computer Defender 2009 may seem easy, it is more difficult than it appears. Besides, only removing the rogue won’t guarantee that your computer is free

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One Response

  1. Hanna Blunt says:

    I was sure that Computer Defender 2009 is just a trick to get my money, but the pop ups it was giving me are really annoying… My antivirus was blocked and I had no answer to my problem. I searched on google and read your information. This site is very good for people like me, that aren’t so good at computers. And the removal tool made it’s job very good.

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