Do not fall for the tomfoolery employed by the HDD Rescue rogue defragmenter in an effort to tout its ridiculous software. The extortionary tactics employed by HDD Rescue is shameful, and users are well urged to simply get rid of HDD Rescue as a matter of urgency. HDD Rescue will pretend to detect various crippling hard drive issues, such as fake errors, in an effort to instil panic into their victims.
HDD Rescue will go on to inform users that the only way to fix these errors will be for them to spend money on HDD Rescue products. There are plenty of good reasons why this should simply never happen. Some include the fact that HDD Rescue is developed, promoted and distributed by cyber criminals with questionable morals and integrity. With you paying for HDD Rescue, the criminals behind this rogue application will get their hands on your sensitive billing information which exposes you to identity and credit card fraud.
HDD Rescue displays a lot of disturbing disks errors messages, prevents software execution while pushing users to purchase a license.
To register (and help removal), copy paste this code: 0973467457475070215340537432225
Also, users who purchase HDD Rescue will find that the incessant popup messages and other obvious symptoms of this annoying infection will cease to annoy them after paying for this scam, but they will only live with a false sense of security. This is because the HDD Rescue infection will still be present on the system, all the while breaking down the very inherent security features of the system and paving the way for other serious infections to also enter and infect the system. Do not waste your money on this shameful rogueware. Destroy HDD Rescue before it destroys your PC.
How to manually remove HDD Rescue
Files associated with HDD Rescue infection:
Uninstall HDD Rescue.lnk
%Programs%\HDD Rescue\Uninstall HDD Rescue.lnk
%Programs%\HDD Rescue\HDD Rescue.lnk
HDD Rescue DLL's to remove:
HDD Rescue processes to kill:
Remove HDD Rescue registry entries: