sys-doctor.com – fraudulent site related to System Doctor 2014 fake AV

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System Doctor 2014 is a rogue security program which even has its own support site named sys-doctor.com. We intentionally removed “www” in the beginning of it in order to prevent you from even visiting it. This site actually sings songs of praise to the hoax called System Doctor 2014, which is a dangerous program to keep on your machine. Read more about this nasty malware sample and ways it can be deleted from your computer.

www.sys-doctor.com

System Doctor 2014 is the enemy for your computer if you fail to remove this scam on time. The rogue is a program that claims to be some great anti-spyware solution, but the reality shows that it is the next misleading, fraudulent and annoying program that can’t assist you in virus removal. The scareware acts just as many other examples of rogues that share the same interface. First, it runs the fake scan of your PC, then it tells about many fake threats, spywares, malwares, Trojan horses, keyloggers and other worms allegedly identified during its fictitious system scan. With this information presented, users can really be scared with its content, unless they know the whole truth about this malicious application.

System Doctor 2014 starts itself automatically together with Windows OS. Of course, its very installation, infiltration and running are initiated without user’s approval or permission for such actions. You’ve got to be very careful not to trust what the virus tells you. Sooner or later it will lead you to the special page where you will be instructed to make the donation (payment) for the helpless and powerless license of this malicious application, but as you know, this is the waste of your funds. The rogue calls its registered version as licensed one, still, this is the deceitful statement and ungrounded self-appraisal on its part.

Some people have mistakenly made the payment for the fake anti-spyware that names itself as System Doctor 2014. In such cases they need to contact their good bank for immediate dispute of charges. If this is the case with you, make sure to get in touch with your financial institution as soon as you can. To remove this badware from your PC please follow the removal instructions below.

Steps to remove System Doctor 2014

  • Apply “Win + E” hotkey command on your keyboard. This will open Windows Explorer.
  • In the address field insert the following link: http://gridinsoft.com/downloads/KillProc.zip
  • Save this KillProc.zip file onto your Desktop.
  • Hold “Shift” key on your keyboard and right-click KillProc.zip
  • Select “Open with…
  • In the windows that comes up select “Browse
  • Find the program called Windows Explorer as the one that will open this KillProc.zip archive. The location for this program is C:WINDOWSexplorer.exe
  • Click “Open“.
  • In the “Open with…” window select “Windows Explorer” and click “OK“.
  • Open KillProc archive and copy 2 files onto your Desktop – autoscan.dat and explorer.exe
  • Run explorer.exe
  • Click “Automatic Scan
  • The message should come up with the name of threat named System Doctor 2014, you need to click “Yes” to stop its process.
  • The process of System Doctor 2014 should be killed.
  • Now it’s time to download and run GridinSoft Trojan Killer to remove System Doctor 2014 malware.
  • Removal video:

    System Doctor 2014 associated files:

    • %AppData%[random]
    • %AppData%[random][random].exe
    • %AppData%[random][random].ini
    • %AppData%[random][random].log
    • %AppData%[random][random].lst
    • %Desktop%System Doctor 2014 support.url
    • %Desktop%System Doctor 2014.lnk
    • %StartMenu%ProgramsSystem Doctor 2014
    • %StartMenu%ProgramsSystem Doctor 2014System Doctor 2014 support.url
    • %StartMenu%ProgramsSystem Doctor 2014System Doctor 2014.lnk

    System Doctor 2014 associated registry entries:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun “SD2014” = “%AppData%[random][random].exe”

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