Well, there could still be traces (files) of it on your drive.
You could do a simple search for it:
1. Start > Search > For files and folders > All files and folders > "Security Tools"
2. From the search results, select the application file, right-click and choose 'Open Containing Folder'.
3. Now that you know the location of the "Security Tools" folder, navigate to it using "My Computer".
4. Once you get to the folder, rename it to something else and then hit the DELETE key!
(If the above doesn't work in the normal Windows mode, try the SAFE mode)
I then proceeded to scan the computer using Malware Bytes Anti Malware and it found nothing. Then used a double-check tool called rkill which also found nothing.
Do add SuperAntiSpyware
to your arsenal.
My 2 Cents.
Edited by ReviverSoft, 07 May 2010 - 08:50 PM.