A Short Guide About Security Tool

Security Tool is a dangerous spyware that is but a clone from another one called Total Security 2009. It will but use scam related methods to trick people to buy some kind of full (and fake) version of this program. The main method this application will use is to scare the end-user with false alerts and false popups. Check here http://www.securitytoolremoval.net/ to learn how to remove Security tool.

The way you will get Security Tool on your computer is via Trojans. You will get them from compromised websites that are promoting fake online scanners. These Trojans will then proceed to hijack the users web browser and redirect them to automatic download links which download and install Security Tool. Another method that Security Tool uses to invade user systems is to redirect the user to 2tvtube.com or a2tv.com which are both fake websites. On these web pages, you will be prompted to download some Flash video codec. What really happens when the user attempts to download this codec is the download and installation of Security Tool on the users computer. Another method used to install that malware is to redirect the PC user to some website with as title “My Computer Online Scan”. This website will appear to be an online security scan of My Computer. Using such scan will end up having on your screen an alert saying that your My Computer folder is indeed infected by some nasty threat. You will then be given a prompt Yes or No. No matter what you choose, the result will be the same: you will automatically download and install Security Tool on your PC. This site Remove Security Tool Windows 7 has all the infos you do need if you want to remove Security Tool when having Windows 7 on your PC while here http://www.removevirus.org/remove-security-tool you will learn how to remove Security Tool.

Once established on the users system, Security Tool will load up at boot time as a system service and perform fake security scans on the computer. It will then generate extensive reports and warnings which state that the computer is infected with a large amount of malware. Such examples of those alerts are “Your Computer is infected” or “Warning! 55 viruses found!”. Some possible warnings you might get about your Internet browser includes things like “Spyware.IEMonster activity detected”.

Such spyware will also try to rob passwords from applications like Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox Mozilla, Outlook, and more. Click here to remove it immediately with SecurityTool, and also Security Tool Warning Some critical system files of your computer were modified by malicious program. It may cause system instability and data loss. Click here to block unauthorized modification by removing threats (Recommended). Sometimes your system might not be able to properly detect any USB flash drive that are connected to your computer because of such threat as Security Tool. Your Windows Taskbar will display lots of warning popups when your system has been infected by Security Tool.

When the user attempts to take the fraudulent advice given by Security Tool and tries to clean the computer, Security Tool will claim that the currently installed trial version of the software is insufficient to completely remove the detected threats, and will ask the user to purchase a license for the full version. No matter what you will eventually pay (or not), the registered version of Security Tool is not able at all to remove any threats from your computer because they were simply non existent ones. So it more than important not to fall into this trap.
The best method to remove Security Tool is to use a good antivirus solution (or a similar web service) that is going to scan and fully clean your system.

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