Finding a rogue security threat offering a more acidic and vitriolic attack than Antimalware Doctor won’t be an easy feat, as it’s been long since reported that Antimalware Doctor is responsible for shocking damage to its victims’ PCs. This forms part of Antimalware Doctor’s assault on its victims’ PCs in an effort to successfully extort money from its victims. What makes Antimalware Doctor even more dangerous is the fact that its infiltration into the PC is nearly impossible. This is due to its preferred form of infection and distribution which takes the form of seditious Trojan horse infections.
Browser hijacking web domains employ devious tactics in order to lure PC owners to their compromised sites. This presents them with the opportunity to take advantage and make use of known system susceptibilities. Once the Antimalware Doctor Trojan roots itself in the system, the user will have a difficult time getting rid of it. Other popular forms of infection Antimalware Doctor makes use of include that of bundled malware downloads as well as bogus online malware scanners.
Antimalware Doctor’s power lies in the fact that it successfully convinces PC owners that their systems have been compromised. It then magnanimously offers its services and promises to heal the user’s PC and restore its protection against threats and attacks. The problem comes in with the fact that Antimalware Doctor is a fake security tool unable to live up to any of its seemingly impressive and over embellished promises. Antimalware Doctor was not designed to offer any type of protection or benefit to a PC, and cannot detect, quarantine or remove any security threat.
Users are first made aware of Antimalware Doctor’s presence on their PCs when they receive various fake security messages informing them about the dire state of their PCs. This is simply the first in a long line of tactics Antimalware Doctor will employ in order to successfully rip the consumer off. These fake security messages might appear legitimate at first glance, but upon closer inspection the user will notice various errors and grammatical and spelling mistakes in the messages. This should act as an indicative state as to what Antimalware Doctor’s true nature is; bogus. There are many well know and documented fake alerts employed by Antimalware Doctor, but here are some of the most notorious ones to be on the lookout for:
"Warning! Removed attack detected!
"Your computer is subjected to hacker attack. Antimalware Doctor has detected that somebody is trying to transfer your private data via internet. We strongly recommend you to block attack immediately."
"Antimalware Doctor has detected that somebody is trying to transfer your private data via internet. We strongly recommend you to block attack immediately."
While dealing with this rogue, it’s important to understand that Antimalware Doctor will stop at absolutely nothing to achieve its devious goals, even being the cause of permanent and irreversible damage to your PC. If left untreated, Antimalware Doctor will cripple your PC and render it utterly useless. If you do not get rid of Antimalware Doctor in time, your PC will become a zombie unable to execute even the simplest of actions. Do not allow the criminal developers behind this rogue to extort you any longer, take the required steps to obliterate Antimalware Doctor immediately. The best way to permanently get rid of Antimalware Doctor is by making use of a genuine and powerful security tool which will not only detect and erase Antimalware Doctor from the system, but also offer adequate future protection against similar attacks.
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer