Win 7 Home Security 2013 is a rogue anti-spyware, which was firstly noticed on the October 2, 2012. \we highly recommend ignoring this threat and not falling for its dirty scheme used for swindling users' money. It seems that this virus hails from the same Braviax family as Win 7 Defender 2013 and uses the same Graphical User's Interface as its colleague. As soon as it gets inside the system, Win 7 Home Security 2013 starts reporting about nonexistent viruses and then offers to purchase its 'licensed' version. Under no circumstances you should buy this program! Even if you have lots of money, you should think about additional infections that may be let inside together with Win 7 Home Security 2013 license. No matter that there we have found only a little evidence that this virus exists, there is a huge chance that cyber criminals will start distributing Win 7 Home Security 2013 in the future.
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Win 7 Home Security 2013?
Such scams as Win 7 Home Security 2013 are usually spread by trojan horse. As soon as this trojan gets on the system, users start receiving bogus warning messages that misinform them about the presence of dangerous cyber infections, like trojans, adware, malware and other. Of course, if your legitimate anti-malware program reports about Win 7 Home Security 2013, you should take this as a serious thing. However, if this 'malware' is detected by Win 7 Home Security 2013, then you should ignore such information because it is faked. here are some of these fake notifications displayed by Win 7 Home security 2013:
System security was found to be compromised. Your computer is now infected. Attention, irreversible system changes may occur. Private data may get stolen. Click here now for an instant anti-virus scan.
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.
Remember, rogue anti-spyware programs seek the only thing – to make users think they are infected and eventually push them to purchase the licensed version. If you have been receiving Win 7 Home Security 2013 alerts, you must ignore them and remove this program from your computer immediately!
HOW CAN I REMOVE Win 7 Home Security 2013?
If you think you may be infected with Win 7 Home Security 2013, you should immediately check your computer with reputable anti-malware program. Try using this modern anti-spyware tool called Reimage, which will find all infected files on your computer no matter what the name of the virus is. If you can't launch it, open task manager (ctrl+shift+esc) and look for randomly named 3-letter processes. Stop these processes before a scan.
UPDATE: If you can't get on the Internet or download security software, use this serial code to disable your virus: 3425-814615-3990. Remember, this won't remove infection from your computer, but will disable the threat, so you should run a full system scan with Malwarebytes MalwarebytesCombo Cleaner or Reimage immediately after using the code.