Just like the other its variant XP AntiMalware, which was created to infect only Windows XP OS running PCs, Win 7 AntiMalware applies the same malicious tactics trying to rip people off. First of all, Trojans viruses inject malicious code into the machine running Windows 7 without any permission asked and additionally install ave.exe executable file which makes this malware start every time computer boots up. People "catch" these Trojans unnoticeably through security vulnerabilities "detected". Additionally, the presence of Win 7 AntiMalware is typically started with tons of fabricated alerts and fake system scanners that are programmed to report infections. Win 7 AntiMalware pop-ups instead of any other process and usually announces numerous threats found on the targeted machine. Finally, it annoys its victims with offers to purchase the "full" its version for fixing everything reported and may also apply constant redirections to malicious its website.
The only truth is that "detected" infections are not real and active on your PC because Win 7 AntiMalware has absolutely no capabilities to detect malware. This trickery is dedicated for only pushing users into purchasing the scam so don’t trust its alerts and scanners and don’t give your money for Win 7 AntiMalware. If you want to keep your computer clean, make sure you get a good anti-spyware and remove Win 7 AntiMalware. Get rid of this malicious program as soon as possible.
Win 7 AntiMalware properties:
• Shows commercial adverts
• Connects itself to the internet
• Stays resident in background
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