Win 7 Security 2012 appears to be very similar to a reliable antivirus program, but it is a rogue antispyware application that is designed to steal your money and leave your system in ruins. This rogue is special, because there are many versions of it, and the one you get depends on your operating system. For example, if it infects a computer that runs on Windows Vista or XP, instead of Win 7 Security 2012, another name would be generated (Vista or XP Security 2012).
This program starts running automatically right after the installation. It adds keys to the registry and because of that Win 7 Security 2012 loads automatically whenever you turn on your computer. Then it unleashes its bag of tricks that is no different from any other rogue antispyware program. That is to say – Win 7 Security 2012 tries to persuade you that you are infected with numerous viruses and you need to terminate them using Win 7 Security 2012.
Some computer users are perceptive enough to realize that Win 7 Security 2012 is a fake program, and then they might try to get rid of it, but the rogue is also too cunning to allow the users to remove it just like that. Therefore, Win 7 Security 2012 blocks your internet access in order to stop you from acquiring information on rogue removal. Apart from that, you might experience erratic system behavior and poor system performance, such as for example, inability to open certain exe files. Also, do not panic if you see your Desktop icons disappear, because Win 7 Security 2012 is able to do that as well, but the truth is that the icons only get hidden – the rogue cannot permanently delete any files.
To start with the rogue removal it is recommended to use these codes in order to "activate" it:
With the rogue “activated”, the fake security notifications will seize popping up and you will be able to proceed with the removal without any distractions. Since Win 7 Security 2012 blocks exe files, if you don’t know how to terminate it manually, you need to load your computer in the Safe Mode with Networking in order to download the security program. When you reboot the computer in a normal mode, install the software. It will perform a full scan of the system, detect Win 7 Security 2012 and kill it. Then perform the full system scan again, to make sure that you have gotten rid of all of the rogue’s components. Better safe than sorry.