There is a family of rogues that changes its name according to which operating system is installed in the target computer. Win 7 2012 belongs to that group of rogues, so it means that even though this particular program seems to target computer with Windows 7, this program can actually change its name to adjust to other operating system as well. The main point is that Win 7 2012 comes with intention so rip you off, and you should terminate this program before it even manages to send you to its purchase page.
One of the most frustrating things about Win 7 2012 is that the rogue can easily block your internet access, because it needs to remain in your computer for a longer period in time. The thing is that you can find various websites offering you help on rogue removal on the internet and Win 7 2012 certainly does not want that. Thus it prevents you from accessing internet and bombards you with fake security notification messages like these:
System security threat was detected. Viruses and/or spyware may be damaging your system now. Prevent infection and data loss or stealing by running a free security scan.
Sensitive areas of your system were found to be under attack. Spy software attack or virus infection possible. Prevent further damage or your private data will get stolen. Run an anti-spyware scan now. Click here to start.
Your system security is in danger. Privacy threats detected. Spyware, keyloggers or Trojans may be working the background right now. Perform an in-depth scan and removal now, click here.
These messages are there to convince you that your computer is under attack and you need to use Win 7 2012 to remove the viruses from your system. However, once you try doing it, Win 7 2012 will ask for your money, claiming that it cannot terminate the malware in its trial form. DO NOT spend a penny for this worthless trash of a program. You would only reveal your banking information to a third party allowing them to steal your money if you pay for Win 7 2012.
Take the other way – use the following codes to “activate” Win 7 2012 and make the removal a lot easier:
After you have “activated” the rogue, the fake notification messages will stop popping up, and you will be able to terminate Win 7 2012 without any difficulties. To make sure that the removal is complete, use a reliable security software that will also protect your system from similar attacks in the future.