Win 7 Total Security 2013 Description and Removal Instructions

Win 7 Total Security 2013 Description (Scan your PC to Detect Win 7 Total Security 2013 with SpyHunter)

Win 7 Total Security 2013 is NOT a legitimate Microsoft Windows product but rather a rogue security program. Without a stealth Internet security program, maneuvering the web will be like walking through an explosive landmine. One wrong step and kaboom! Your computer will be infected by Win 7 Total Security 2013 or another piece of malware.

Trojans are the builders of rogue security applications and the one engineering Win 7 Total Security 2013 is polymorphic in nature, meaning Win 7 Total Security 2013 is able to alter faces dependent on the operating system (OS) Win 7 Total Security 2013 invades. Therefore, in addition to presenting Win 7 Total Security 2013, it also presents Vista Total Security 2013 and XP Total Security 2013. If you look into the face or interface of Win 7 Total Security 2013, it means your operating system is Windows 7.

There is really nothing new about Win 7 Total Security 2013, a typical rogue security program. After using deceptive means to gain entry, the Trojan reconfigures the infected system as follows:

  • Deactivate security measures. For example, run an algorithm to find and delete files running or updating identified security programs or tools.
  • Disable administrative controls such as the Task Manager.
  • Edit the Windows Registry and add a service that runs its malicious executable each and every time Windows is started.
  • Use a rootkit to mask and bury files which are designed to look the same as genuine OS files confusing those hoping to remove them.
Malicious files will be planted that help simulate a security breach full of scary, but fake alerts that look similar to these:

Win 7 Total Security 2013 Alert System Integrity Check Warning!
Sensitive data may be sent over your Internet connection right now!
Threat: Trojan-PSW.Win32.Antigen.A


Win 7 Total Security 2013 Firewall Alert!
Win 7 Total Security 2013 has blocked a program from accessing the
Internet Internet Explorer is infected with Trojan-BNK. Win32.Keylogger.Gen
Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords.


Win 7 Total Security 2013 Alert Security Hole Detected!
A program is trying to exploit Windows Security Holes! Passwords and sensitive data
May be stolen. Do you want to block this attack?


The Trojan hiding behind the face of its glossy interface, Win 7 Total Security 2013, will run a quick scan that confirms an intrusion. A prompt will appear and ask the victim to run a full scan, and from it a scary list or folder full of infectious files will be presented. Do not be alarmed! Everything you will see is staged, including the scan that is mere imagery supported by JavaScript. The goal is to convince you to spend money into the scam and pay for bogus software. Unless you want to throw away your money and help fatten a cybercriminal’s bank account, keep your credit card in your wallet!

While your eyes are busy with the onscreen shenanigans of the fake security breach, the Trojan is busy in the background:

  • Stealing data you stored in the browser cache.
  • Stealing email addresses.
  • Collecting system data that identifies vulnerabilities and helps plan future attacks.
The Trojan will open a port to transmit stolen data and intercept the download of more malware. If you don’t stop the attack, a hacker will gain remote access of your system and use system sources in a DNS strike. The only way you can abort its evil mission is to find and remove files associated with Win 7 Total Security 2013 and any other hidden malware.

Malicious files may be masked, so they read the same as legitimate operating system files and may be buried in white listed areas. One wrong step or edit and you could corrupt the computer. Therefore, you should rely on a professional anti-malware solution already successful in combating Win 7 Total Security 2013 and uprooting hidden malware without causing further harm.

Automatically Detect Win 7 Total Security 2013

  1. Download SpyHunter* Scanner to Detect Win 7 Total Security 2013
  2. Run a full system scan to detect Vista Home Security 2012 files.
  3. Once you've detected Win 7 Total Security 2013 on your PC, you will then need to purchase SpyHunter to start the removal process.
  4. Reboot your PC and rerun the scan for any remaining traces of Win 7 Total Security 2013.

Remove Win 7 Total Security 2013 Manually



Stop the following Win 7 Total Security 2013 processes:
%AppData%[RANDOM 3 LETTERS].exe

Locate and delete the following Win 7 Total Security 2013 files:
%AppData%[RANDOM 3 LETTERS].exe

Spyware Database Win 7 Total Security 2013