Even though Win 7 Security 2013 looks like a real computer security program, it is very far from it. It is a new variant of Win 7 Defender 2013, Win 7 Security 2012, XP Antivirus 2010 and so on. It is a chameleon infection that changes its name according to what operating system is installed on the target computer. So if you have Windows 7, you obviously are most likely to get infected with Win 7 Security 2013 in case you do catch this computer threat.
It goes without saying that the main objective of Win 7 Security 2013 is money. It will not leave you alone until you open up your wallet and pay for the full version of this program. Naturally, that is something you should NEVER do, because this way you would give Win 7 Security 2013 what it wants. However, even if you do understand that this rogue is not a real antivirus program, Win 7 Security 2013 still has a lot of means to make you do what it wants you to.
For example, Win 7 Security 2013 slows down your system performance and blames it on non-existent infections. These infections appear in the fake system scan results. Win 7 Security 2013 performs the scan the moment it gets installed on the computer, and it looks as though it really tries to protect you from computer malware. Unfortunately, Win 7 Security 2013 is not able to do so, it is only capable of damaging your system. For example, it can block your programs so that you would not be able to load antivirus program and remove Win 7 Security 2013 from your system.
Then you should "register" Win 7 Security 2013 to bypass this obstacle.
Click on the Registration icon and enter the code above into the registration form. The moment you activate the rogue, the rogue infection symptoms (such as the fake messages below) should disappear:
Beware! Spyware infection was found. Your system security is at risk. Private information may get stolen, and your PC activity may get monitored. Click for an anti-spyware scan
Click Register to register your copy of Win 7 Security 2013 and perform threat removal on your system. The list of infections
and vulnerabilities detected will become available after registration
But wait! It's not over yet. Even though you register the program it is still there on your computer! You need to remove Win 7 Security 2013 using a reliable computer safeguard tool, otherwise the rogue will return to haunt you soon enough and you will be forced to battle it again.
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