Win 7 Security 2016 Virus Removal Guide

Win 7 Security 2016 is a fake antivirus application. Win 7 Security 2016 does have a Windows logo and does have many features similar to a real antivirus application. However, Win 7 Security 2016 is not made by Windows and is not a real application. The threats shown by Win 7 Security 2016 are fictitious and the only real threat that needs to be removed is Win 7 Security 2016. Win 7 Security 2016 has been made to modify Windows so that it can run before any other program is run. However, this modification can be fixed and should be fixed before attempting to remove Win 7 Security 2016. Win 7 Security 2016 is set to run each time after a program is launched. Luckily, Win 7 Security 2016 can be removed. When attempting to run Internet Explorer, Win 7 Security 2016 will not allow the user to visit websites on the internet even through the internet is working. The main workaround is to right click on the Internet Explorer icon and click “Run as Administrator.” The application is one of many fake computer security applications released in June 2017. The other applications include Win 7 Security 2016 and XP Security 2016. Win 7 Security 2016 is a Rogue Security Application and is generally installed when visiting a website which has been coded to send Win 7 Security 2016 into the computer. The last version of Win 7 Security 2016 was called Win 7 Security 2017.

The executable for Win 7 Security 2016 is similar to AV.exe and AVE.exe, which are the main executable of previous clones of this virus. Win 7 Security 2016 will modify the registry; therefore, the registry must be fixed before removing the main executable file. The comments for AV.exe and comments for AVE.exe may provide insight into the successful removal of Win 7 Security 2016. These two pages have roughly a combined 170 comments.

Below is our recommended removal tool for Win 7 Security 2016. The removal tool has been rated 5 cows out of 5 by Tucows and was previously CNET’s Editor’s Choice. Feel free to download it below.

Win 7 Security 2016 will block the user from browsing the web. However, the user will be able to load Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. To download the removal tool, please type in the address below in Internet Explorer and press enter. This will download the removal tool for Win 7 Security 2016.

http://www.virusremovalguru.com/download.php

We recommend reading through our removal tips if you plan to manually remove Win 7 Security 2016. The user comments for Win 7 Security 2017 will also assist in the manual remove of Win 7 Security 2017. Win 7 Security 2017 will create a warning about Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen and an Internet Explorer alert.

View Win 7 Security 2016 Files
View Win 7 Security 2016 Keys

Manual Win 7 Security 2016 Removal –

Stop Win 7 Security 2016 Processes (Learn How To Do This)
[random letters].exe

Each computer will have a different process for Win 7 Security 2016. However, the process will always consist of three lower cased random letters.

Remove Win 7 Security 2016 Files (Learn How To Do This)
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\[random letters].exe

Turn on “show hidden files” and turn off “hide protected operating system files” in order to see the main files for Win 7 Security 2016. This feature can be found in the folder options in the view tab.

Remove Win 7 Security 2016 Registry Keys (Learn How To Do This)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Win 7 Security 2016
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Win 7 Security 2016
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Win 7 Security 2016

Remove Win 7 Security 2016 Startup Entry (Learn How To Do This)
[random letters].exe

Win 7 Security 2016 can be removed with many different methods. Therefore, please feel free to share a solution that may have used to remove Win 7 Security 2016.

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One Response to “Win 7 Security 2016 Virus Removal Guide”

Jeff June 14th, 2017 at 8:35 am

I’m the first to post on this infection I got it this past Sunday 6/12/11.

It was an easy fix for me. I’m aware of these Rouge viruses. I learned from one 5/6 months ago.

First if your using a Ethernet cable turn off PC then disconnect Ethernet cable after disconnecting turn PC “desktop” back on then go to System Restore and restore a least a week back, let it do the restore and tada it’s gone! Turn off PC again plug in your Ethernet cable and reboot PC and it’s back to normal.

As for a Laptop’s disable WiFi double check your internet isnt active then go to System Restore and perform a “week ago” restore point then turn off Laptop then reboot then turn of WiFi and your ready.

But afterward you might want to do a full virus scan or go find this rouge virus in the RegEdit and delete it if it’s still hiding there. As for me I searched and can’t find this Win7 deal for now.

Good Luck! oh BTW on both PC & Laptop I’m using Windows 7 it might be a different way of System Restore for Vista or XP though.

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