I don't know where Win 7 Security 2013 comes from. It seems it just gets into my computer all of a sudden. I don’t think I installed Win 7 Security 2013 and now it is telling me the system has been attacked by lots of viruses! I guess Win 7 Security 2013 program is fake and it is asking money when I try to activate it. Am I supposed to pay for it?
Win 7 Security 2013 is a rogue security malware that you should remove to protect your computer once found. Instead of fixing your system and keeping safe from all kinds of infections, Win 7 Security 2013 virus will pose a real risk to your computer. If unfortunately you fall for its trap and transfer money to buy the version of Win 7 Security 2013 , you are advised to dispute your money immediately!
Just as nasty as Win 7 Security 2013 and Win 7 Internet Security Pro 2013, Win 7 Security 2013 displays fake security alerts to scare computer users and get paid by urging them to pay for Win 7 Security 2013 fake.
Apart from those deceptive warnings, Win 7 Security 2013 virus can bring terrible damage to an infected PC. Registries are changes and system files are corrupted with random virus codes. What is more, it will block whatever you run, popping up a message says they are infected. Internet connection status is good but you will fail to get online, for your browsers are blocked. And critical system components will be deleted or disabled, leading to serious PC errors and programs running troubles. If not removed in time, Win 7 Security 2013 virus will manage to occur at safe mode and invite more trojan viruses by exploiting vulnerabilities. Therefore, you’d better take quick actions to remove Win 7 Security 2013 virus before it is too late!
How to Remove Win 7 Security 2013 Virus for Good?
Running as a fake anti-virus tool, Win 7 Security 2013 is enabled of complicated characteristics to cunningly escape from security programs. Windows firewall is switched off and Windows updates will encounter trouble as well. To completely get rid of Win 7 Security 2013 virus, you have to turn to manual removal guide.
1) Start the infected PC in safe mode with networking or safe mode with command prompt.
2) Remove processes.
3) Remove files.
- C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\YbUyNeWOvrpYj.exe
- C:\Documents and Settings\malwarehelp.org\Desktop\Windows Recovery.lnk
- C:\Documents and Settings\malwarehelp.org\Local Settings\Temp\~DF6CF1.tmp
- C:\Documents and Settings\malwarehelp.org\Start Menu\Programs\Windows Recovery\Uninstall Windows Recovery.lnk
- C:\Documents and Settings\malwarehelp.org\Start Menu\Programs\Windows
4) Remove registries