Description of Trojan.Zlob.G and consequences of its residing on your PC

Perfect Defender 2009, just like majority of fake virus removal tools, frightens users into buying the license for its full version using adware installed through various trickeries. The adware responsible for Perfect Defender 2009 pop-up and for scaring alerts generation are often different programs. The most famous adware is a stupid and awful program generating alert that reads as follows:

“Security center alert
Do you want to block this suspicious software?
Name: Trojan.Zlob.G
Risk Level: High
Description: Trojan.Zlob.G is a trojan program that records keystrokes and takes screen shots of the computer, stealing personal and financial information.”

The above text may vary. The problem is not in this alert as is but in additional measures taken by the adware. These measures are aimed to create obvious system disordering and thus make users buy Perfect Defender 2009. Unfortunately for both users and rascals, the impact is often too strong that user can at least download any program from Internet. That means, rascals cannot get their dirty benefits and users cannot stop the destructions, and one may have difficulties with downloading Trojan.Zlob.G removal tool. Another thing you should be aware if experienced Trojan.Zlob.G alert is that you need to remove Trojan.Zlob.G alert and not the Trojan.Zlob.G itself.  Such trojan is most likely to vanish completely as for now, and there is only name chosen by hackers to be utilized at their tricky schemes. There is thus a conclusion to be made that you need to have the program to remove Trojan.Zlob.G alert rather than Trojan.Zlob.G removal tool. Click here to install copy of the program able to remove both Trojan.Zlob.G and Trojan.Zlob.G alert.

Trojan.Zlob.G Screenshot  (click to enlarge):

Trojan.Zlob.G Technical Details

  • Full name: Trojan.Zlob.G
  • Version: 2009
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware, Trojan horse, Fake Alert
  • Origin: Russian Federation

Signs of being infected with Trojan.Zlob.G:

Perfect Defender 2009 may start the trickery with alert saying like this:

“Insecure Internet activity. Threat of virus attack
Due to insecure Internet browsing your PC can easily get infected with viruses, worms and trojans without your knowledge, and that can lead to system slowdown, freezes and crashes.
Also insecure Internet activity can result in revealing your personal information.
To get full advanced real-time protection for PC and Internet activity, register your antivirus software.
We recommend you to protect your PC now and continue safe Internet browsing.
Click here to get full advanced real-time protection and continue browsing.
Continue to this website unprotected (not recommended). “

This is the alert appearing when user opening Internet browser. Clicking this alert, one redirects the browser to http/defender-review.com or another website entitled “Safe Soft Reviews”. Do not visit such websites as they are the source of adware hardly disordering infected computers. The workflow of this trickery may start in another way but unless adware of Trojan.Zlob.G removal is timely performed, it ends always with system crush.
After visiting these website users usually get infected with adware that systematically oppresses Windows and generate alert entitled “Security Center Alert” of the content provided in the first section above.
Click here  to start scanning computer free of charge in order to detect and remove Trojan.Zlob.G alert.

Automatic Removal of Trojan.Zlob.G from your PC:

There are two main problems in removing Trojan.Zlob.G alert. Of these two, the former is that there are various programs promising to remove Trojan.Zlob.G and users mistakenly identify Trojan.Zlob.G with the alerts referring to this name thus mistakenly supposing to remove  Trojan.Zlob.G alert removing the same-name trojan. The latter is that Trojan.Zlob.G alert is likely to be a part of bigger installation than adware generating a single alert and even bigger than rogues having relation to Perfect Defender 2009. It is our advice to get rid of Trojan.Zlob.G alert after free scan with the tool for Trojan.Zlob.G alert removal below, automatically or manually.  If other than Trojan.Zlob.G adware rogues found, it is all the more recommended to perform Trojan.Zlob.G adware automatic removal, or at least to find at this and other websites manual removal guidelines for every discovered threat.

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Manual Removal of Trojan.Zlob.G:

It is very likely that you have not started to remove Trojan.Zlob.G adware automatically because you… could not do that, since the download was interrupted or blocked by the adware. In such case, manual removal may be also interrupted so our advice is to start the removal of Trojan.Zlob.G adware from other computer. Open this page from any free of infection computer, install the tool and let it run.
If your final decision is to remove Trojan.Zlob.G adware manually, follow the guide below attentively and as fast as possible, but not faster than at speed allowing to avoid mistyping.

Remove Trojan.Zlob.G files and dll’s

dbbase.div
pd.dll
pdfndr.exe
pdmonitor.exe
UnInstall.exe
Perfect Defender 2009.lnk
Uninstall Perfect Defender 2009.lnk

Unregister Trojan.Zlob.G registry values:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PDefender
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Perfect Defender 2009”

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