Win 7 Total Security 2013 is a rogue anti-spyware, which seeks to scare users into thinking that they are infected with different kinds of viruses. For that, it displays forged system scanners and also shows continuous alerts about dangerous malware detected. In reality, it's partially right because their PCs are really infected. However, the main virus on their machines is Win 7 Total Security 2013. This program belongs to a huge family of viruses that all change their names depending on the PC's OS. Keep in mind that you must remove this program from your computer if it starts displaying its continuous alerts and notifications! If you have already purchased its license, you should contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Win 7 Total Security 2013?
Win 7 Total Security 2013 can easily infect poorly protected Windows 7 operating systems. For that, it relies on trojan horses that exploit security vulnerabilities found. So, in order to prevent such malwares on your computer, you should always have updated anti-virus and anti-malware programs installed. As soon as it is downloaded, malware drops some harmless files that will additionally be detected as viruses. Besides, it creates its own registry entries in order to start every time when user reboots his computer. Basically, Win 7 Total Security 2013 can do anything in order to make PC users buy it's licensed version. Here are some of its alerts:
Rogue malware detected in your system. Data leaks and system damage are possible. Click here for a free security scan and spyware deletion.
Spyware intrusion detected. Your system is infected. System integrity is at risk. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords. Click here to perform a security repair.
Just like Win 7 Security Plus 2013, this malware also seeks to mislead you into thinking that you are infected with tons of viruses and that you should purchase its license for their removal. We highly recommend ignoring its fake notifications because they are useless. Additionally, you should remove Win 7 Total Security 2013 from your computer.
HOW TO REMOVE Win 7 Total Security 2013?
To get rid of malicious files that belong to Win 7 Total Security 2013, scan your computer with reputable antimalware. We recommend using Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus or Reimage for that. If you can't launch any of them, follow these steps:
1. Reboot your computer to Safe Mode with Networking. Just reboot your PC and, as soon as it starts booting up, start pressing F8 repeatedly.
2. Loggin as the same user as you were in normal Windows mode
3. Now click on IE or other browser and select 'Run As' or 'Run As administrator', enter your Administrator account password (if needed).
4. Enter this link to your address bar: http://www.2-spyware.com/download/hunter.exe and download a program on your desktop. Launch it to kill the malicious processes of Win 7 Total Security 2013 and remove its files.
You can also try to make your virus think that you have purchased its license by entering this code: 3425-814615-3990.
Win 7 Total Security 2013 manual removal:
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