Introduction of System Protection Tools
System Protection Tools gives you a first impression that you think it’s an antivirus software. In fact, it’s indeed a virus very similar to Windows Antivirus Care, another infamous fake series. This program is classified as a rogue as it displays false information in order to trick you into purchasing the program. The interface of it looks like legit, friendly and helpful. In fact, it absolutely plays a role of villain. It’s a virus indeed which hides on nasty malicious websites or in bundled downloads, camouflaged as fake video codecs or spam email attachments. System Protection Tools prepares to attack PCs anytime once it gets an opportunity. The chance can be one of your careless operation such as a visit to some malicious sites, click a cataleptic video or advertisement link, etc. No matter in which way, it will automatically install in your computer without your notice and permission. Once the rogue is installed on your computer it will be configured to start automatically when Windows starts. Every time you start your computer, System Protection Tools will run as computer internet security software by pretend to scan and kill virus for you. After not a long time, it will pop up a fake scan alert notification claiming that your computer has been infected much virus and your computer is in extremely dangerous condition. If you attempt to use the program to remove these infections, though, it will state that you first need to purchase it before it can do so. This is a scam as the scan results are all fake, and in many cases, the infected files do not even exist on your computer. What is worse, it blocks legitimate Windows applications. It will also block many of the infected computer’s normal functions, for example, Windows Task Manager and Registry editor. Therefore, please ignore the scan results. Do not waste any of your time with System Protection Tools, and, most importantly, do not spend any money on its licensed version, because this antispyware application is completely fake.
I cordially recommend you to get YooSecurity professional online PC service to remove System Protection Tools completely and safely without any trouble and risk here:
The fake report information of System Protection Tools may be like this:
System Protection Tools has detected potentially harmful software in
your system. It is strongly recommended that you register
System Protection Tools to remove all found threats immediately.
Suspicious software which may be dangerous has been
detected on your PC. Click here to remove this threat
immediately using System Protection Tools.
No real-time malware, spyware and virus protection was
found. Click here to activate.
Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
Hidden connection IP: 184.108.40.206
Target: Microsoft Corporation keys
Warning! Virus detected
As what you can see in the report, it pretends to be a windows optimization master as if all what it does is for your computer’s sake. Finally System Protection Tools will persuade you to purchase its so called full version to get its service. Do not believe it! What you have to do is to remove it from your computer as soon as possible before it can do much harm to you!
Special tips: If your computer has been infected such virus and you want to remove it yourself. You can refer to detailed guide of how to remove System Protection Tools manually as follows. But please be careful of your operation. If you’re not an expert with abundant computer skills, your any activity may cause information loss even System crash. You can choose online computer professional service here, YooSecurity for assistance.
Similar Video Guide of How to Remove System Protection Tools Virus
Manually remove System Protection Tools Malware
? Delete System Protection Tools files:
? Delete System Protection Tools registry entries:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\WarnOnHTTPSToHTTPRedirect 0
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\AAWTray.exe
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on November 9, 2012 2:04 pm