Win 7 Antivirus Plus 2013 – rogue anti-spyware, which seeks money


Stay away from Win 7 Antivirus Plus 2013, which is a  dangerous rogue anti-spyware. It is set to scare its victims into thinking that their PCs are infected and then get them out of their money. In fact, it’s partially right – you should pay attention to its alerts that report about ‘dangerous viruses’. As soon as you start receiving Win 7 Antivirus Plus 2013’s pop-up ads, I recommend scanning your computer with reputable anti-spyware and removing this rogue from your machine. You should never ignore its scanners because they will always be accompanied by continuous redirections, system slow downs, additional infections and similar issues.

When trying to get inside the system, this rogue uses sneaky methods that are based on trojan horses. As soon as such trojan gets inside the system, it alters some settings and activates Win 7 Antivirus Plus 2013 trialware. In addition, it begins running as soon as PC is rebooted and floods its victim with annoying notifications that should never be considered trustworthy and reliable. In most of the cases, this rogue says you have a whole bunch of trojan horses, some keyloggers and other potentially unwanted applications, like worms and adware. The next move you are expected to do is very simple – you are pushed to buy Win 7 Antivirus Plus 2013 license. Under no circumstances you should do that! I highly recommend to remove Win 7 Antivirus Plus 2013 from your computer instead of surrendering to this brainwasher.

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