Win 7 Security 2012 (Windows 7 Security 2012) is a bogus security program which is installed without user consent while connected to the internet. Win 7 Security 2012 attempts to look like a security program by showing messages and having a design similar to real security programs. Real security programs are programs which provide computer security such as Norton Antivirus and Mcafee. However, Win 7 Security is unable to protect the computer since the program doesn’t remove viruses or spyware. The program is bogus because it will show that the computer is infected on a clean computer and will display this result in 2 minutes or less. In 2 minutes, it is not possible to scan the entire computer. Whether the computer is clean or not, the result will still be misleading and bogus. The program will always report that the computer is infected. Win 7 Security 2012 is generally acquired through a fake update or a fake online scan and proceeds to scan the computer without permission. Win 7 Security 2012 will create a new scan each time a program is run on the computer. Win 7 Security 2012 displays messages in an attempt to frighten the user about possible security issues such as Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.Gen, which is fake. In XP, the name of the bogus security program will be XP Security 2012. In Vista, the name of the bogus security program will be Vista Security 2012.
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C:\Documents and Settings\[USERNAME]\Local Settings\Application Data\[RANDOM].exe
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Win 7 Security 2012 is a new version of Win 7 Security 2011.