- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
PCPrivacyTool is a terrible rogue antispyware application that is guaranteed to take you and your computer to computer hell.PCPrivacyTool is actually a clone of popular other rogue antispyware applications such as:SpyViper Pro as well as SpyShield.PCPrivacyTool has been designed in order to trick innocent victims into parting with their hard earned money.PCPrivacyTool may pretend to be a decent application that will help your computer but the truth of the matter is that PCPrivacyTool is guaranteed to only cause your computer harm, as well as try and steal your money.
PCPrivacyTool may go by the following names:
PCPrivacyTool may display some of the following symptoms:
PCPrivacyTool may cause a fake system scan of your computer to start, which will look authentic. You will then receive fake system scan report results which have been designed to trick you into believing that you have various threats running on your computer. When you are scared and don\'t know what to do due to all these computer security warnings, it will offer you the opportunity of purchasing the full version for a small fee, which promises to remove these threats.
PCPrivacyTool needs to be removed upon immediate detection. It is within your best interest to make use of a decent antispyware removal tool that is able to both detect as well as automatically remove PCPrivacyTool for you. It is strongly advised to make use of the automatic removal process with a decent antispyware removal tool as opposed to the manual removal process. You need to be warned that if you make use of the manual removal process you run very high risks of causing additional damage to your computer.
How to manually remove PCPrivacyTool
Files associated with PCPrivacyTool infection:
PCPrivacyTool web page.lnk
PCPrivacyTool processes to kill:
Remove PCPrivacyTool registry entries: