Win 7 Security

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Win 7 Security Information
Type: Spyware
Analysis: Installs & gathers info from a PC without user permission.
Infection: By downloading freeware & shareware.
Symptoms: Changes PC settings, excessive popups & slow PC performance.
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Win 7 Security is a ridiculous rogue anti-spyware application that should never be considered to be up to any good. Wiki-security.com malware researchers have reported that though Win 7 Security is, seemingly, a Microsoft Windows-related computer security application, this rogue anti-spyware program is actually a malicious computer program that can be most easily summed up as a nasty malware product. If you have discovered Win 7 Security on your computer system, the most important fact that needs to be acknowledged is that this rogue anti-spyware application is a dangerous and extremely harmful malware product that can offer nothing of use to you or your machine. Win 7 Security will actively pursue wrecking all types of harm to your PC system, and above all, more than anything else, this rogue security application is designed and solely meant to steal your money. For these general reasons, Win 7 Security needs to be removed from ALL compromised computers as soon as its malicious presence has been successfully identified.

Win 7 Security's Undeserved Pretense of Legitimacy


While wrongfully employing the Windows brand name and masquerading under the false pretense of being a legitimate computer security tool, the Win 7 Security application is NOT at all what Win 7 Security seems. In fact, analysis completed on this rogue security application has revealed that Win 7 Security is, in truth, nothing more than a threat that is much more than capable of seriously damaging infected computer systems.

Thus – though in name, appearance and its ability to emulate authentic computer security products' outer appearance and functionality – Win 7 Security is, in no way whatsoever, anything along the lines of a real computer security program; rather, Win 7 Security is a cyber scam that works by launching a scareware-type campaign on infected computer systems. In order to allow Win 7 Security to scam its victims into purchasing the full version of this phony security program, Win 7 Security actively works to frighten targeted users into wholeheartedly believing that their computer systems are severely compromised with a long list of non-existent computer security threats.

Win 7 Security Has Been Discovered to Be a Nasty Name-Changing Rogue Security Tool


Win 7 Security has been an addition to an already quite sizable family of rogue security products that specialize in the art of deception and are cleverly equipped with an additional built-in capability that allows this family of rogue security programs to better manipulate and dupe its intended targets. More succinctly, Win 7 Security possess the added capability of altering their individual applications' displayed names to allow what is, then, displayed to coincide with the specific Windows OS used on individual machines compromised by this rogue anti-spyware application. To this end, Win 7 Security can alter its name to appear as both Vista Security and XP Security on compromised computers that utilize the Windows Vista and Windows XP operating systems.

Clearly, Win 7 Security has been diagnosed by Wiki-security.com malware researchers as a very dangerous rogue anti-spyware application that intentionally misuses the well-known and highly respected Windows brand name to provide its cyber scam with an undeserved air of legitimacy and credibility. Just this singular criminal act – one of the many that this rogue anti-spyware application is able to use to manifest its devious presence – is, in itself, more than enough – in terms of deceptive tactics and convincing techniques derived from skilled manipulation – to catch even the most vigilant computer user off guard.

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SpyHunter spyware detection tool is only a scanner meant to assist you in detecting Win 7 Security and other threats. If you detect the presence of Win 7 Security on your PC, you have the opportunity to purchase the SpyHunter removal tool to remove any traces of Win 7 Security.

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Detection of Win 7 Security (Recommended)

Win 7 Security is difficult to detect and remove. Win 7 Security is not likely to be removed through a convenient "uninstall" feature. Win 7 Security, as well as other spyware, can re-install itself even after it appears to have been removed.

You also run the risk of damaging your computer since you're required to find and delete sensitive files in your system such as DLL files and registry keys. It is recommended you use a good spyware remover to remove Win 7 Security and other spyware, adware, trojans and viruses on your computer.

Run a Win 7 Security scan/check to successfully detect all Win 7 Security files with the SpyHunter Spyware Detection Tool. If you wish to remove Win 7 Security, you can either purchase the SpyHunter spyware removal tool to remove Win 7 Security or follow the Win 7 Security manual removal method provided in the "Remedies and Prevention" section.

Method of Infection

There are many ways your computer could get infected with Win 7 Security. Win 7 Security can come bundled with shareware or other downloadable software.

Another method of distributing Win 7 Security involves tricking you by displaying deceptive pop-up ads that may appear as regular Windows notifications with links which look like buttons reading Yes and No. No matter which "button" that you click on, a download starts, installing Win 7 Security on your system. Win 7 Security installs on your computer through a trojan and may infect your system without your knowledge or consent.

If you think you may already be infected with Win 7 Security, use this SpyHunter Spyware dectection tool to detect Win 7 Security and other common Spyware infections. After detection of Win 7 Security, the next advised step is to remove Win 7 Security with the purchase of the SpyHunter Spyware removal tool.

Symptoms

Win 7 Security may attempt to change your computer's desktop, hijack your browser, monitor your Internet browsing activities, change system files, and can do this without your knowledge or permission. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to remove all traces of Win 7 Security from your computer.

Remedies and Prevention

Win 7 Security, as well as other Spyware, are constantly evolving and becoming more advanced to avoid detection. Win 7 Security along with its variants can install in different locations and even when you try to uninstall it you find they reappear when you reboot your computer.

Install a good anti-spyware software

When there's a large number of traces of Spyware, for example Win 7 Security, that have infected a computer, the only remedy may be to automatically run a Spyware scan from a good anti-spyware software designed to detect Win 7 Security and other types of spyware.

Remove Win 7 Security manually

Another method to remove Win 7 Security is to manually delete Win 7 Security files in your system. Detect and remove the following Win 7 Security files:

Other Files

  • C\:ProgramDataQJyrk5wvCU1
  • C\:UsersAll UsersQJyrk5wvCU1
  • %UserProfile%AppDataLocalQJyrk5wvCU1
  • %UserProfile%AppDataLocalWRblt8464P
  • %UserProfile%AppDataLocalTempQJyrk5wvCU1
  • %UserProfile%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsTemplatesQJyrk5wvCU1

Registry Keys

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClasses.exeshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataav.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClassessecfileshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataav.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.exeshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataav.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTsecfileshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataav.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClientsStartMenuInternetFIREFOX.EXEshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataav.exe" /START "C:Program FilesMozilla Firefoxfirefox.exe"
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClientsStartMenuInternetFIREFOX.EXEshellsafemodecommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataav.exe" /START "C:Program FilesMozilla Firefoxfirefox.exe" -safe-mode
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClientsStartMenuInternetIEXPLORE.EXEshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataav.exe" /START "C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exe"
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClasses.exeshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataave.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClassessecfileshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataave.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.exeshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataave.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTsecfileshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataave.exe" /START "%1" %*
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClientsStartMenuInternetFIREFOX.EXEshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataave.exe" /START "C:Program FilesMozilla Firefoxfirefox.exe"
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClientsStartMenuInternetFIREFOX.EXEshellsafemodecommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataave.exe" /START "C:Program FilesMozilla Firefoxfirefox.exe" -safe-mode
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClientsStartMenuInternetIEXPLORE.EXEshellopencommand "(Default)" = "%UserProfile%Local SettingsApplication Dataave.exe" /START "C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exe"
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftSecurity Center "AntiVirusOverride" = "1"

External links

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