Win 7 Total security 2012 is a fake antivirus parasite that belongs to fakerean malware family. The parasite changes name according to OS versions, thus the same parasite might have Vista or XP instead of Win 7 in name. The parasite infects system through infected websites, fake shareware or crack downloads or by various system vulnerabilities. Once the system is infected, Win 7 Total Security 2012 fake antivirus will cause havoc on the system.
First, it will display alerts that your system is severely infected. It will suggest to run a scan, during which Win 7 Total Security 2012 will display multiple infections that can not be fixed without purchasing updates. However, all the detection this rogue provides are fake. The files are either not infected, harmless or even not infected. You should remove Win 7 Total Security 2012 instead, as it prevents your PC from normal operation.
Win 7 Total security 2012 will try to block your legitimate programs from launching. There are couple ways how to launch them:
1. From another user account on Windows 7 system
2. Launching as administrator by right-clicking on executable and choosing from menu
3. Renaming the executable to something else, like iexplore.exe so Win 7 Total Security 2012 will not block it.
4. Launching anti-malware programs from safe mode with networking.
5. Stopping Win 7 Total Security 2012 processes with task manager or other utility.
6. Using codes like 3425-814615-3990 or 9443-077673-5028 to disable malware.
This will allow running legitimate anti-malware programs and completely clean your PC from Win 7 Total Security 2012.
Win 7 Total security 2012 manual removal:
[random].exe, 3-letter name
[random].exe, 3-letter name in %AppData%