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How to Remove Windows 7 Restore Malware

Windows 7 Restore is a well known fake system optimization tool, instead of restoring your computer, it will do what is completely the opposite. Known for having clones such as the Windows XP restore and the Windows Vista restore, the Windows 7 Restore virus gains easy access to all of your files and your system through Trojans which can easily breach your firewall through your system’s back door as well as through various internet resources. Aside from automatically changing your registry keys after it has installed itself, it will create multiple files within your system. Basically, the Windows 7 Restore rogue utility is just preparing its attack at this point, when it activates, it will interrupt the execution of your applications and computer processes.

Once your computer starts to go haywire, the Windows 7 Restore malware will begin the deceptive work of manufacturing false reports and running fake scanners on your screen.  Pop ups will start appearing and you will have no choice but be alarmed at what is going on with your computer, most especially when you read the false reports generated by the virus itself. The Windows 7 Restore scam utility will also start informing you that your system is also facing hard drive damage and even the loss of your memory and that the threats will soon destroy your files unless you start acting immediately. Finally, the virus will ask you to buy their product so that you can rescue your files and restore your computer back to good condition, unfortunately, all these things are just lies and you would just end up wasting your money if you are gullible enough to believe them. To stop its aggressive attacks, you can follow the steps below to get rid of the virus’ files.

 

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Steps to follow for  Windows 7 Restore Manual Removal

Please make sure that you will not go through the manual removal without backing up your system just in case you make any mistakes in the process. It is strongly recommended that you double check the files that you are about to delete, the Windows 7 Restore manual removal requires accuracy since any errors will cause serious damage to your system.

Delete the following Windows 7 Restore registry files:

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random]“
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “CertificateRevocation” = ’0?

Delete the following Windows 7 Restore files:

  • %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\[random].exe
  • %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\[random]
  • %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\[random].exe

Please keep in mind that the Windows 7 Restore manual removal requires precision and a certain level of technical skill,  and it does not guarantee a complete removal. If the malware is not completely removed, some objects can stay hidden and can reanimate itself  when it is not completely removed. If you do lack the skill to remove the files, you need to be aware that any slight deviations from what is supposed to be deleted can lead to an irreparable system corruption. The removal of the Windows 7 Restore spyware is highly recommended.

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