Description of Privacy Tools Pack and consequences of its residing on your PC

Privacy Tools Pack (PrivacyToolsPack) is another malware to remove. The program, however, includes basic utilities which are parts of legitimate programs. Tests have clearly shown that there is no use in Privacy Tools Pack and the components of Privacy Tools Pack malware are not used in the proper way so that remove Privacy Tools Pack as a regular scamware. Privacy Tools Pack is a heavy-weight programs and all its components consumes a great portion of RAM and other system resources when functioning. This creates a shortage of resources so that other programs cannot run or run too slow and with errors. The scheme of Privacy Tools Pack activities has not been studied to the smallest details, but the program has been studied enough to conclude that the most powerful computer would run at a snail’s pace and with errors unless and until Privacy Tools Pack removal is performed. Click here in order to perform scan that will allow  you to detect and remove Privacy Tools Pack.

Privacy Tools Pack Technical Details

  • Full name: Privacy Tools Pack, PrivacyTools Pack, PrivacyToolsPack
  • Version: 2009
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware
  • Origin: Russian Federation

Privacy Tools Pack screenshot:

Signs of being infected with Privacy Tools Pack:

Privacy Tools Pack is normally adverted with trojan as the trojan either redirects browsing of infected computer to online fake scanners by Privacy Tools Pack or it activates hidden download link to install the trialware of Privacy Tools Pack. If you are running Windows at high security settings, the hidden installation and downloading of the malware should be normally revealed by Windows so that you are notified and may cancel the download process. The trojan is installed normally from fake porn tube when user receives and executes fake codec request. However, this is only one technique known to us, and there are likely to be other methods of trojan installation. The Privacy Tools Pack trojan is dangerous as such so it would be great if you could remember whether such trickery happened to you and remove Privacy Tools Pack subservient trojan avoiding advertising and installation of malware. Frequents redirections to Privacy Tools Pack websites, especially fake online scanners, is another evidence of trojan infection.
Having been installed normally in more or less tricky way, Privacy Tools Pack runs useless scans with a number of false positives, despite of that it includes actually working components like Cookie Guarder and Registry Doctor. The scan is ended up with the request to register (that means to pay for registration) this trial version of Privacy Tools Pack in order that revealed errors and infections can be removed. This request is accompanied with various nag screens and alerts that appear nearby the desktop toolbar or at the center of your monitor. Click here and start free threats identification to the purpose of detection and removal of Privacy Tools Pack malware.

Automatic Removal of Privacy Tools Pack from your PC:

Privacy Tools Pack is served by trojans normally employed in several trickeries. There are many different trojans adverting Privacy Tools Pack and that is why we are strongly recommending that you follow the link below and detect all the threats on your PC for free; you may then either remove Privacy Tools Pack automatically and simultaneously get rid of  other infections, or you are welcome to apply manual guidelines to get rid of Privacy Tools Pack and search this and other websites for the manual removal instructions for other infections discovered.

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Manual Removal of Privacy Tools Pack:

Please, make sure there are no programs running by applying Task Manager and rebooting. It is very important that you have no connection to Internet while removing Privacy Tools Pack. Please, print this instruction out as you need to close the browser and use of any text editors is not encouraged (there are to be no programs active, unless they, like Registry Editor, are directly engaged in the Privacy Tools Pack manual removal process).

Remove Privacy Tools Pack files and dll’s

agent.exe
pc.exe
uninstall.exe
guide.html
gimg1.jpg
gimg10.jpg
gimg2.jpg
gimg3.jpg
gimg4.jpg
gimg5.jpg
gimg6.jpg
gimg7.jpg
gimg8.jpg
gimg9.jpg
1.mp3
3.mp3
ca.crt
libeay32.dll
libssl32.dll
OemWin2k.inf
openvpn.exe
tap0801.sys
tapinstall.exe
sp.dll
cg.dat
mw.dat
rd.dat
sc.dat
sm.dat
sp.dat
cg.key
rd.key
sc.key
sp.key
settings.ini
Privacy components.lnk

Unregister Privacy Tools Pack registry values:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{D032570A-5F63-4812-A094-87D007C23012}
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\sp.TIEAdvBHO
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{D032570A-5F63-4812-A094-87D007C23012}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Privacy components
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “agent.exe”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon “Shell” => “C:\Program Files\Privacy components\pc.exe”

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