HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator Description

Type: Trojan

HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator is a malware infection normally hidden within an executable file. Sometimes HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator may be undetected while it performs malicious actions on the infected system. Cybercrooks may be able to utilize HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator in some way to remotely connect to the infected PC where it puts personal data or other stored information at risk of being stolen. Removal of HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator can be performed using an antispyware program.


8 security vendors flagged this file as malicious.

Anti-Virus Software Detection
Panda Suspicious file
Kaspersky Trojan.Win32.FakeAV.abvi
Ikarus HackTool.Win32.SevenActivator
Microsoft HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator
AntiVir SPR/Tool.SevenActivator
Symantec WS.Reputation.1
McAfee Artemis!603726F5D344
CAT-QuickHeal HackTool.SevenActivator (Not a Virus)

Technical Information

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SpyHunter Detects & Remove HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator

File System Details

HackTool:Win32/SevenActivator creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 Se7en Activator v3.exe 603726f5d34470bf33d653387e33297d 897
2 ascanavtool.exe ffa2cf11599c9640f732c55fc789c227 2

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