One thing I know well is the Smart Fortress 2012 interface. The malware client is not new. It has taken on dozens of names over the years but it's the same virus over and over.
Tracking down the makers of malware like this is a hard task. This virus does not take an expert to remove it. Great instructions can be found on this How to www.removevirus.org/smart-fortress-2012 guide. You may also want to look at this how to remove Smart Fortress 2012 guide as well.
The biggest issue most people have with this virus is you are not able to use any programs on your computer till it is removed. Almost all programs are blocked from running. This can make the task a little hard for many. If you are able to download and install an antivirus clieint then that is the simplest way to remove this threat.
Great Tips to Make removing Smart Fortress 2012 Easier
Windows has a System Restore for a reason, this is the perfect time to use it. Doing this will un-install the malware client on the computer and chances are it will get you back up very quickly. After the restore you need to run a full AV scan to make sure you are no longer infected.
Another option is to boot into safe mode with networking and install a antivirus client and run the scan. This tends to work well for many people out there.
If you are going to manually remove this virus you have to first stop the program from running. The trick is to locate the main .exe file and then kill the process using the Task Manager or by re-naming the virus. While this sounds hard, it's really rather simple.
This virus hides in the C:ProgramData folder. Then sort the files and folders by date. Show the most current insalled files first. Now it's just a matter of comparing the dates to the day you got infected. You will most likely see a folder on the exact date of the infection that will be named something weird like 4sfsf452. The folder you are looking for will not make any logical sense at all. That file will be the one or will contain the file you need to stop. Re-name the files in the folder to anything you like. The virus will now no longer load and upon re-boot should not be active.