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Fake Security App Win 7 Security 2013 Conducts Malicious Behaviors to Extort Money from PC Users

Win 7 Security 2013 is a fake antispyware application that was crafted by hackers who intend on extorting money from unsuspecting PC users all through deceptive and misleading actions performed by the Win 7 Security 2013 program.

 
PRLog - Jan. 15, 2013 - Win 7 Security 2013 is known for play a scheme on PC users. It usually ends up displaying many misleading alert notifications, which attempt to convince PC users that their system is plagued with malware or spyware threats. These alerts continually pop-up until the PC user removes Win 7 Security 2013. Another action that Win 7 Security 2013 is known for conducting is to render system scans and then return bogus results. The fake results are usually a long laundry list of malware threat names that Win 7 Security 2013 will claim are on the system and need to be removed.

All instances of reports rendered by Win 7 Security 2013 are fake. The Win 7 Security 2013 program itself is a scam and should never be taken for face value.

Distribution and installation of Win 7 Security 2013 is usually left in the hands of sneaky Trojan horse threats that distribute to vulnerable computers. Once loaded on a computer, a Trojan may install Win 7 Security 2013 without the PC user knowing about it. After installation has taken root, Win 7 Security 2013 will go on its merry way to start annoying PC users with fake messages.

By performing bogus automated scans and returning fake pop-up alerts, Win 7 Security 2013 plays on a PC user’s trust. The objective of Win 7 Security 2013 is to gain trust so that the PC user may eventually purchase a so-called full version of Win 7 Security 2013, hoping that it will remove all of the supposed threats that it claims to have found.

Buying Win 7 Security 2013 is like putting a large wad of cash through a shredder and then setting it on fire. It is a scheme to waste your money and never get it back. Hackers behind Win 7 Security 2013 want PC users to buy a copy of the Win 7 Security 2013 program, which is just as bad as the free version that may be installed by a Trojan horse.

Win 7 Security 2013 is considered to be malware and should never be used for any security purposes on a Windows PC. Removal of Win 7 Security 2013 has proven to be a difficult task if a PC user is not equipped with the necessary tools.

Simply going through the control panel of Windows to uninstall Win 7 Security 2013 will not suffice. Removal of Win 7 Security 2013 usually requires the use of a trusted antispyware application to safely detect and remove Win 7 Security 2013.

The security site EnigmaSoftware.com has recently updated a new Win 7 Security 2013 removal report to provide the necessary resource to detect and remove Win 7 Security 2013 from a PC. This new report, found at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/win7security2013-removal/, has been used by many to accomplish the task of removing Win 7 Security 2013 along with related malware threats.

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Industry:Computer, Internet
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