- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Support Tool 2011
Along with increased sophisticated security tools comes augmented malicious software that is constantly looking for vulnerabilities to exploit. It is for this reason that we cannot afford to become lax about our systems security and protection, as this is the opportunity rogueware such as Support Tool 2011 rogue defragmenter is salivating for. Support Tool 2011, like any other rogue, is only out to rip honest consumers off. It makes use of established forms of extortion, and will stop at nothing to successfully attain its dubious goal. Deriving from the same disgusting family or rogues as Win HDD Tools, Security Shield and Smart Defragmenter. It’s clear to see by the company this rogue keeps that you’ll want to get rid of Support Tool 2011 as soon as humanly possible.
Delivered to its victims’ systems in a variety of ways, the most popular way the Support Tool 2011 infection is spread is via online fake scanners and illicit web domains making use of suspect drive-by download techniques. Support Tool 2011 will forcefully enter its victim’s PC, without the knowledge or consent of the PC owner. Support Tool 2011 will remain clandestine on the system until it reveals its presence to the user through the use of various fake security alerts. These fake notifications usually contain sneaky calls to action, which if acted upon will make it easier for Support Tool 2011 to attain its goal and rip its victim off. It is for this reason that users are urged not to interact with any Support Tool 2011 notification or application, as Support Tool 2011 is largely dependent on user interaction in order to successfully pull off its scheme. This means that unless the user actually interacts with the rogue, and follows its directions, it will be unable to successfully conclude its scam. All of the correspondence received from Support Tool 2011 should be considered as highly suspicious, and should not be trusted.
Users who did not erase Support Tool 2011 from their systems in time, complained about various distressing symptoms associated with a Support Tool 2011 infection. Some users reported being unable to establish a successful connection to the Internet, and being unable to launch any programs on their PCs. Support Tool 2011 does this in an effort to prevent the user from downloading or running a security program which will be able to detect and eliminate Support Tool 2011 from the system. Others reported being unable to access their Desktop items, as well as the random generating and deleting of files. A universal symptom of Support Tool 2011 seems to be increased erratic system behavior, along with dramatically poor system performance.
If you want to attempt to manually remove Support Tool 2011 from the system, you will need to locate and delete the following files on your system:
These are main executables of Support Tool 2011, which need to be removed in order to manually remove Support Tool 2011 from the PC. Do not waste any more time than necessary – obliterate Support Tool 2011 from the PC as soon as possible. Do this by investing in a properly functioning and updated security tool which will not only detect and delete Support Tool 2011, but also offer future protection against similar tools.
How to manually remove Support Tool 2011
Files associated with Support Tool 2011 infection:
%Programs%\Support Tool 2011\Support Tool 2011.lnk
%Programs%\Support Tool 2011
%Desktop%\Support Tool 2011.lnk
Support Tool 2011 DLL's to remove:
Support Tool 2011 processes to kill:
Remove Support Tool 2011 registry entries: