How do I get “Security Tool” pop-ups off of my computer?

So I was just on my computer when this “security tool” gets onto my computer. I have never heard of it in my life. It keeps on giving me pop-ups ever 10 seconds!!

I tried to download Malwarebytes but this security tool won’t let me!


4 replies
  1. RJGoodhouse says:

    Remove System Tool and SystemTool (Uninstall Guide)
    What this infection does:
    System Tool is a computer infection from the same family as System Tool. This infection is also categorized as a rogue anti-spyware program as it pretends to be an anti-virus program, but is actually a program that displays fake security alerts and scan results in order to make you think your computer is infected. System Tool is installed through the use of malware that will install the program onto your computer without your knowledge or permission. When installed, the infection files will be created in a random named folder in C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication Data, in XP, or C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication Data, in Windows Vista and Windows 7. It will then be configured to start automatically when you login to your computer.
    To Remove the Problem, go to the following Web Site of Bleeping Computer and follow the removal Instructions line by line, do skip anything, just follow the instructions as you read them

  2. slugbug says:

    Download and install-



    If the virus is blocking you from downloading these programs restart your computer in Safe Mode WITH Networking. To do this restart your computer and immediately start tapping the F8 key. This function is somewhat system specific so yours maybe F2, F10, or F12, something like that. If Windows starts to load you have missed your cue and need to restart. Now choose to start in safe mode with networking. Now you need to download and install Malwarebytes Anti Malware. Run a system scan.

    Next download and install SuperAntiSpyware and scan your system. I should mention that if the virus is blocking installation of Malwarebytes or SuperAntiSpyware you need to change the .exe file name to something else. (just right click the .exe file you just downloaded and select rename. Also make sure NOT to include .exe when renaming.

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