- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
PC Tool 2011
Developers of rogue antispyware will not display a sign around its applications stating that their products are worthless and harmful. Quite the contrary, as they do go out of their way to hide the true sinister nature of their tools, as in the case of PC Tool 2011. PC Tool 2011 is a seditious rogue antispyware application which hails from the same capricious family of roguewares as System Tool 2011. This is reason enough for anyone to want to obliterate PC Tool 2011 from their systems.
As is the nature of most roguewares, PC Tool 2011 will try to trick its intended victims with sophisticated tomfoolery in order to scam them out of their money. The only thing users will receive for their money after paying for PC Tool 2011 is an empty shell and a headache. This is evident from the past experiences of users infected with the PC Tool 2011 rogue, who reported on being unable to connect to the Internet, and found their Desktop properties locked.
Above and beyond these utterly distressing symptoms, users will also be assailed by fake security messages which reports on fake infections being present on their systems. PC Tool 2011 will blame all the erratic system behaviour on these supposed infections, and will inform users that the only way to get rid of these infections and to regain control of their systems will be to pay for a PC Tool 2011 license.
Users who find it impossible to connect to a security website in order to download a program which will remove PC Tool 2011 can enter any of the following PC Tool 2011 registration keys, which should unlock their Internet connections:
But don’t think after “unlocking” PC Tool 2011 that your computer is now safe and well protected. You still need to delete PC Tool 2011 in order to guarantee its safety and privacy. Any legitimate security program should be able to permanently erase PC Tool 2011 from your PC, and protect against similar future threats.
How to manually remove PC Tool 2011
Files associated with PC Tool 2011 infection: