Win 7 Total Security is a fake computer anti-virus application. Win 7 Total Security 2011 virus will offer a variety of computer protection features such as virus scan, Internet security, personal security, proactive defense and firewall. But all of these were found to be non-performing and was just a display on its graphical user interface. Upon diagnostic, it was found out that Win 7 Total Security 2011 does not have a complete components to perform as a fully functional security software. In fact, this rogue program was originated from a large group of fake AV applications that are able to detect victims operating system and install the necessary version of Total Security 2011. Windows XP systems will have XP Total Security 2011 while Windows Vista will have Vista Total Security 2011. These rogue programs are able to propagate through unfair promotional method like fake online virus scanner and spam email messages. Presence of Win 7 Total Security 2011 on one's system will provide severe damage that will result to browser redirection, block execution of any applications and a modified desktop wall paper.
It is important to remove Win 7 Total Security 2011 virus immediately and prevent further harm on the computer. When residing on the system, it will attempt to connect to a remove server and download additional threats.
Win 7 Anti-virus 2011
Win 7 Anti-Virus 2011 is a fake security application targeting gullible people. It presents itself as a virus remover while Win 7 AntiVirus 2011 is malware distributed via trojans. Do not expect Win7 AntiVirus 2011 to protect your Windows; it's only meant to gain a purchase.
Avoid downloading Win7 Anti-Virus 2011 if you have a choice! Unfortunately this infection may sneak upon PC automatically. Win7AntiVirus 2011 is easy to spot as it loads tons of annoying pop-ups. It fabricates warnings such as infection alerts and system scan reports. Do not trust messages loaded by Win 7 Anti-Virus 2011. The program is deceptive and it should be removed as soon as possible.
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