HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator is a name of an infection, which would be detected within your system, if legitimate, automated malware detection and removal tools would be active in your system. Such software would immediately recognize the infectious hacking tool and would delete it from your system, and protect essential data from being breached and stolen. The devious program has been active since 2010, and throughout the years of execution has helped virtual criminals to expose system vulnerabilities and infiltrate more dangerous applications. What is most cunning about the infection is that it will not show up with a noticeable interface, and its devious components will hide the presence from existing security program’s removal. Overall, if you want to delete HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator from your computer, you will firstly need to track down and remove malignant executables.
Se7en Activator v3.exe is the first of the kind, and you should not be tricked by the legitimate looking name of this file, because this executable will use this to make you think that it belongs to another program inside your Windows system. This malign component could be found under the My Documents file and has been reported to come in sizes of 300,689 bytes, 5,165,461 bytes or 5,416,346 bytes. Another horrendous infection’s executable ascanavtool.exe (1,240,064 bytes) can be found under C:\Program Files, and this component can add/delete registry products, terminate processes, perform DNS look-ups to launch browser’s redirections and can modify Windows Security Center and Firewall attributes to eliminate any possibility to have HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator removed quickly.
Whatever you do, do not think that HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator will disappear on its own without causing any harm to your personal and system’s security. Unfortunately, infections like that must be removed with automatic removal tools, especially because they tend to drop more malware upon execution. Only automated removal tools will be able to delete HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator and other existing infections, which could be missed whilst handling manual tool’s removal.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection