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Security Tool Virus


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diannalcw

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It looks like the virus is called security tool. I get continuous popups that say my computer is infected by several trojans, worms and other things. I can't download anything that was asked for me to do prior to starting a new string. My desktop is missing, yet is is there for one second when I turn my computer on. I already had malwarebytes installed, yet it appears the .exe file has been deleted. I tried to download it again, but am unable to. I see a program called security tool is a new program installed on my computer, but I didn't install it and I can't run add/remove programs to get rid of it. I couldn't attach any files because I couldn't download anything. Thank you so much in advance. Dianna
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I didn't get any responses, so what I did was restored my computer to a date earlier than when I got the virus, then I ran a scan. It seems my computer is not completely clean as it is slower and I occasionally have problems connecting to the internet. Maybe things in my registry. I can download things now and run them, so I will run the preliminary things and post them here. Thank you
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