- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Win 7 Guard
It would seem as though Win 7 Guard joins the ranks of rogue antispyware programs such as Vista Guard and XP Guard, all similar rogues sharing the same main executable process called pw.exe. This is worrying as it proves Win 7 Guard to be a malicious rogue and a clone of very well known and highly despised parasites already viral on the World Wide Web.
It is for this reason, as well as the other typical characteristics displayed by Win 7 Guard similar to vicious rogues that you need to take steps to immediately get rid of Win 7 Guard. Do not believe any correspondence received from Win 7 Guard, and accept everything it tells you as a calculated lie.
As with any other rogue, Win 7 Guard will start its attack off with an unasked for system scan, supposedly to scan for threats and infections present on the PC. It will then bombard the poor user with fake and incessant security notifications. These notifications, displayed below, are as fake as Win 7 Guard is malicious and dangerous.
It is clear by the distinctive characteristics displayed by Win 7 Guard that it identifies as rogueware, and should be removed without enjoying any attention. This rogue is harmful and offers no benefits to any infected PC, and those who value the safety and health of their systems will purge Win 7 Guard off their systems for good.