What is Doctor Antivirus?
Not having a reliable antispyware tool, you will not be able to fight Doctor Antivirus off, because this phony program is able to sneak into a computer’s system unnoticed and without a user’s knowledge. Once in, the rogue employs various scare tactics to push unsuspecting users into purchasing a non-functional supposedly licensed version, which is said to remove the threats found on the PC.
How Doctor Antivirus Works?
To make you think that you need to buy that full version, the rogue will simulate system scanning operations and presents nonexistent threats that are supposedly damaging the system, deleting or stealing your data, etc. The computer’s performance is also thrown into disorder; consequently, the Internet connection may slow down or be completely disabled, and some programs be non-responsive, but this should not lead you to acquire the licensed version. Doctor Antivirus is a bogus tool, and you should remove it in order to allow the computer to operate normally. If you do not remove Doctor Antivirus, it may convince you to spend your money on the rogue tool so that you could retrieve the previous settings of the system. Note that it much better to terminate the infection than to keep it on the PC and not to be sure of what is going to happen next.
To constrain malware from attacking your PC, use a powerful spyware removal application. It will do both: remove Doctor Antivirus and provide you with all-time protection – no malware will manage to enter the system and corrupt it. Nonetheless, if you are skilled at dealing with malware, you can try deleting the infection on your own; just after completing the procedure, make sure that you have removed the infection successfully.100% FREE spyware scan and
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Remove these Doctor Antivirus Registry Entries:
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Doctor Antivirus 2008