Antivirus 7

What is Antivirus 7?

Antivirus 7 is a dangerous rogue antispyware application that you don't want anywhere near your computer. You need to be aware of the factor that everything related to Block Protector is one big scam. Antivirus 7 or Antivirus7 will gain access to your computer without your knowledge or consent. You need to know that if a system scan starts by itself, that this is completely fake. Antivirus 7 will also present you with fake system scan results, which warns you of various threats which you have on your machine.
The only real threat which is on your machine is Antivirus 7 itself. If you suspect that you may have Antivirus 7 running on your machine, then you need to remove it immediately. You have the option of the manual removal process or alternatively the automatic removal process. You need to be aware of the factor that if you decide to choose the manual removal process, the risks are high of you causing even more additional damage to your computer. It is seriously within your best interest to make use of the automatic removal process, which will both detect as well as remove Antivirus 7 for you.

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Stop these Antivirus 7 Processes:

bin_2004_b7.exe
antivirus7.exe

Remove these Antivirus 7 Files:

bin_2004_b7.exe
UpdateExplorer.dll
antivirus7.exe

Remove these Antivirus 7 Registry Entries:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser HelperObjects\{796D649E-F853-4565-9933-5C0A633573FC}
RUNNING PROGRAM\antivirus7.exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\SharedTaskScheduler\{1A804CA3-9B1E-419B-852D-FE343CE83FB3}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser HelperObjects\{E2BFE352-A303-4EA8-88FE-CE35361D7E8B}
AV7.0
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\AV7
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser HelperObjects\{FACBA314-AFC8-4284-8F1B-708AA6A84FF2}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser HelperObjects\{5277DA47-CCDF-4AD4-97FA-E02DB29479C2}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser HelperObjects\{B9D7231B-D3BC-40D1-9903-825D458EC27C}
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ AV7
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{E2BFE352-A303-4EA8-88FE-CE35361D7E8B}
Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Ext\Stats\{458289BD-886E-4115-A8D7-F1E8D8DC2EC1}
{E2BFE352-A303-4EA8-88FE-CE35361D7E8B}
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN AV7
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser HelperObjects\{82D3A514-C7A8-40F9-B24D-23ECD9B176B8}
Disclaimer
Disclaimer
  1. Melodie Maurer

    I DIDN 'T WANT THIS VIRUS PROTECTION TRYING TO GET RID OF IT

  2. Manual removal is difficult but there are programs that will detect AND remove the rogue program automatically and free.

  3. Removal of Antivirus 7 Infection:

    1. Terminate the process ‘antivirus7e.exe’ from Task Manager
    To do this:
    Open the task manager by tapping keys Ctrl+ Alt + Del simultaneously and select Task Manager (OR)
    Right click on Task bar and select on Task Manager

    2. Open C:\Program Files and delete AV7 folder.
    3. Go to C:\Windows\System32 and delete UpdateExplorer.dll
    4. You can now delete the Desktop shortcut icon for Antivirus7.

    You have now removed Antivirus7 infection completel

  4. I am working on a customers computer that was infected with AV7. Normall we boot up with ERD commander and manually clear temp files from Internet Explorer, temp files under the users, look for obvious files under drivers folders ( stuff like aAbBqqYz.exe). This usually gets things clean enough to start scanning with antivirus and antispyware programs. This particular computer appeared to be cleaned. Started with the tune up stuff (adobe, java, updates), but let me backtrack a moment. When this laptop came in, besides being infected, the wireless wouldn't work. I plugged it in and was able to run all the updates just fine, re-installed the wireless driver and everything worked fine. When I tried to do windows updates and any kind of antivirus updates through the wireless it couldn't connect to those sites. Checked host files and only home is showing (127.0.0.1). You can access anywhere else on the web with the wireless except update sites for windows or antivirus/spyware. When i disconnect the wireless I can do anything with a wired connection. Has anybody dealt with a rootkit that only infects the wireless connection. TCP/IP looks fine. HiJack This doesn't show any proxy servers. But soon as I turn wireless on and do an update, it needs to restart and when it does no wireless updates again. I have run Malware Bytes, SAS, Spybot, AVG, Nortons (customers version removed and reinstalled). I have also run several rootkit removers (Panda, Sophos, Riddix, etc). Sophos is the only one that found and "removed" anything. I have run several xp fixes for IE and WinUpdate. It keeps coming back. I am almost at a loss. To spend anymore time on this will be fruitless. It would almost be better to wipe everything and re-install OS. But if it is this malicious we can't have it infecting our backup machines. We are not like some other places, in the fact that we wipe everything and say sorry about your data. We copy your files off and migrate data back. I feel like this infection is kicking my a$$! Anybody run into one this stubborn before? Help!

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