Win 7, XP & Vista Total Security 2011 Virus Removal: Three Viruses You Need To Remove



The three viruses we are going to talk about are Win 7 Total Security 2011, XP Total Security 2011 and Vista Total Security 2011. Each of these three viruses appear dependent upon the Microsoft Windows operating system you are running. These viruses are not official products of Microsoft, they are fake malicious viruses intended to steal money from unsuspecting users wordwide.


It is multiple stage scam. 1. Infect the user with a trojan. 2. Install the fake virus. 3. Perform the fake scan. 4. Convince the user to purchase.


Win 7 Total Security 2011 Virus Screenshot

Alias: Win7 Total Security 2011 Virus

Damage Level: high

Systems Affected: Windows 7



Vista Total Security 2011 Virus Screenshot

Alias: Vista Total Security 2011 Virus

Damage Level: high

Systems Affected: Windows Vista



XP Total Security 2011 Virus Screenshot

Alias: XP Total Security 2011 Virus

Damage Level: high

Systems Affected: Windows XP




Each of these three viruses appear dependent upon the Microsoft Windows operating system you are running.



These viruses begin their attack with a trojan infection. Once this particular trojan is embedded onto a users’ computer it begins its purposeful attempt at convincing the computer user to install a fake virus scanning application. The convincing begins with annoying alerts stating that your computer is infected with various trojans and should be scanned immediately.


Unfortunately these alerts are untrue and are only intended on scaring and tricking the user into downloading the actual virus. These viruses are especially unique since they are specifically named based upon each individuals operating system. The ability for the virus to cloak itself dependent upon the operating system of a user it what adds to its severity. It is an extremely clever tactic by the virus developers.


The trojan produced by the fake alerts hope that the internet user agrees to scan their computer and ends up downloading the actual virus. If you agree to install the virus you have made a critical error in judgement. The virus begins its life cycle by installing files onto your operating system and changing your computer registry. Once these files and registry changes have been made the virus is ready to rock.The trojan was step one, now the virus is step two and increases the severity of the infection.


The virus will then begin to do its fake scan. The scan is in no way legitimate, it is merely a charade and hopes to fool the user into believing it is legitimate. The charade is cloaked even more considering the fact that it is named based on the operating system you are running: Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP. Once the fake scan is completed it will show the results, which are completely fake as well. The results are intended to scare the computer user and convince them that they need to remove all of the threats. This leads up to the ultimate goal: have the computer user purchase the fake program.


If the computer user is convinced that the program is legit and that the scan results are real, they are encouraged to purchase the programs’ “full version”. If the user wishes to purchase the full version, they are directed to a purchase page to enter their financial information. You should not purchase this fake program for any reason. It is completely bogus and will provide zero benefit. Its only intent is to steal your money.


It is highly suggested that you remove this virus immediately. Do not hesitate for one minute before deciding. This virus will continue its fake and annoying alerts until you get rid of it. As long as it is on your computer it will wreak havoc.

How to remove the Win 7, XP & Vista Total Security 2011 Viruses

Virus Lab Recommended Procedure
Removal success rating: 99.3%

1. Click the yellow button above. (keep clicking until the download starts)
2. Download and run the .exe file.
3. Install and perform the free virus scan.


Having trouble?
Can’t get the .exe file to open or run?
Can’t save the installer .exe to your computer?
Can’t access the internet on your infected computer?
Can’t download the .exe when you click the yellow button?

Find more help at the Advanced Troubleshooting Page.

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