- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
- Blocks system files from running
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Win 7 Protection 2014
Do you think that Win 7 Protection 2014 is a reliable program which will ensure that all dangerous threats running on the PC are deleted? If this is what you believe, we should discuss the programs that are active. First of all, the supposedly dangerous threats listed by the associated scanner are bogus, and you do not need to worry about their removal. Secondly, the allegedly reliable security tool is a threat itself, and you need to delete it as soon as possible. Finally, the infection often runs alongside Trojans and other devious infections, all of which you must get rid of as well. The report reviews the removal of Win 7 Protection 2014 and the related computer threats.
Win 7 Protection 2014 comes from a faction of rogue anti-spyware tools known by the names FakeRean, Multirogue or Braviax. These infections are dangerous to specific operating systems, which is why it is likely that the owners of different Windows versions will need to delete XP Protection 2014, Vista Protection 2014 and Win 8 Protection 2014. These infections are equally as misleading, and they look practically identical. If the clandestine rogue enters the system, it blocks the running of executable files, so that you could not delete Win 7 Protection 2014 on your own or install real, authentic malware removal software. Unfortunately, the rogue manages to conceal this malicious activity by putting the blame on the allegedly running Trojans, worms, keyloggers, and other intimidating infections. Keep in mind that the information presented via the rogue’s interface and the bogus pop-up warnings (see below) cannot be trusted.
If you are fooled by the misleading information, you may end up in the purchase page of the clandestine Win 7 Protection 2014. You may be offered to purchase the 1 Year License ($59.95), the 2 Year License ($79.95) or the alluring Life Time License ($99.95). Neither of these is trustworthy, and instead of giving up your money for fake malware removal services, you should delete Win 7 Protection 2014. Well, what happens if you end up paying for the full version of the rogue malware remover? The situation could go both ways – the disturbing pop-ups will keep flooding, or the fake scan reports and warnings will seize showing up. Either way, you cannot trust the application because its services are completely bogus. Furthermore, schemers behind the rogue could use the personal information you share, like home address or email address, to scam you in the future. We can help you delete Win 7 Protection 2014 from the system.
What removal option do you prefer? If you are highly experienced with the removal of rogues, Trojans and other dangerous infections, you may choose to delete the program manually. However, if you are not familiar with the process, you should not delete Win 7 Protection 2014 on your own, simply because the mistakes you may make could aggravate the situation even more. Instead of wasting your own time, you should install automatic malware removal software. Do you know how? These removal instructions below will assist you; however, if any of the steps are unclear – leave a comment below.
Delete from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
How to manually remove Win 7 Protection 2014
Files associated with Win 7 Protection 2014 infection:
Win 7 Protection 2014 processes to kill:
Remove Win 7 Protection 2014 registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ProxyOverride <-loopback>
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ProxyServer http=127.0.0.1:8888;https=127.0.0.1:8888;