Remove Win Server Defender Malware
Friday 22nd June 2018,


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Remove Win Server Defender Malware

posted by OnlineSafety411 Advisor  
Filed under Malware, Online Safety Threat Alerts, Rogue AntiSpyware

Win Server Defender is a malicious security application and part of the rogue antispyware program family called FakeRean-Braviax. Win Server Defender has an appearance similar to that of legitimate antispyware or antimalware programs for Windows PCs. Win Server Defender’s interface and deceptive popup alerts along with systems cans filled with fabricated results are all ways to scare PC users into believing and entrusting Win Server Defender to remove malware on their machine. The fact of the matter is that Win Server Defender cannot remove malware. Basically, all malware that Win Server Defender reports on is completely misleading and should never be trusted.

The ultimate goal of Win Server Defender and its hacker creators is to extort money from computer users. The Win Server Defender program will offer a purchased version for a ridiculous price and once paid will supposedly serve up a registered copy of Win Server Defender to remove the malware it found. Only thing, the registered copy will not remove any malware or detect legitimate threats for that matter. Win Server Defender is not a trusted program and should never be purchased under any conditions. It is best to utilize an antimalware/antispyware download to remove the Win Server Defender application.

Win Server Defender deceptive popup messages may read like the following:

System Security Alert!
Vulnerabilities found
Background scan for security breaches has been finished. Serious problems have been detected. Safeguard your system against exploits, malware and viruses right now by activating Proactive Defence.

System Security Alert!
Unknown program is scanning your system registry right now! Identify the theft detected!

Win Server Defender Firewall Alert
Iexplore.exe is infected with Banker.Deus. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords.

In an effort to alleviate the problems that come with Win Server Defender, you should take action now to remove Win Server Defender. The process of removing Win Server Defender can be tricky, which is why you may use a malware solution to easily remove it from your system. New antimalware software is one key to removing Win Server Defender in addition to manual removal, which may be performed by more experienced PC users.

How you can easily remove Win Server Defender from your computer

Automatically Detect and Remove Win Server Defender:

Download SpyHunter
Remove Win Server Defender

Download SpyHunter AntiMalware

Can’t install or run SpyHunter using the download link above or is the malware infection blocking installation? Try our alternate download file here (

If your internet browser is being blocked and you are unable to download SpyHunter, please follow these instructions:

1. Hold the WinKey (Windows Key on your keyboard) and press the R key at the same time.

Windows Key

WinKey (Windows Key)

2. Type in (or copy and paste) and press Enter. (Use the alternate download link if the other is not working for you or the malware infection is blocking download/installation.

3. The SpyHunter download will begin.

4. You must find the downloaded file SpyHunter-Installer.exe and open/run it (double-click) to start the installation of SpyHunter.

Note: Win Server Defender may block installation of antimalware or antivirus software. You may need to boot your PC into Safe Mode with Networking to install an antimalware program.

Steps to boot into Safe Mode with Networking:

  1. Bookmark or Favorite this Post/Web Page.
  2. Restart your PC
  3. Press the F8 key (before Windows starts to load – during the boot sequence text screens) a few times until it registers.
  4. Select “Safe Mode with Networking” and press Enter.
  5. Allow the system to boot into Safe Mode with Networking and then return to this page to download an antimalware application.

DIY Win Server Defender removal resources

*If you are an experienced computer user, you may locate and delete the Win Server Defender files and registry entries below. The manual removal process for Win Server Defender is best performed while in Safe Mode.

Win Server Defender Files

  • %AllUsersProfile%\Desktop\Win Server Defender.lnk
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\.exe
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\app.ico
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\config.bin
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\defs.bin
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\support.ico
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\uninst.ico
  • %CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\vl.bin
  • %CommonStartMenu%\Programs\Win Server Defender\
  • %CommonStartMenu%\Programs\Win Server Defender\Remove Win Server Defender.lnk
  • %CommonStartMenu%\Programs\Win Server Defender\Win Server Defender Help and Support.lnk
  • %CommonStartMenu%\Programs\Win Server Defender\Win Server Defender.lnk

Win Server Defender Registry Entries

  • HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.exe “(Default)” = “”
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\pcdfdata
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\.exe\shell\open\command “(Default)” = “”%CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\.exe” /ex “%1″ %*”
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “pcdfsvc” = “%CommonAppData%\pcdfdata\.exe /min”


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