HDD Low DescriptionHDD Low, also known as HDDLow, is a bogus optimization tool from the FakeSysDef family that uses Trojans to infiltrate computers. HDD Low claims to detect several critical errors and blocks computer users from opening existing programs on the PC. The fake system errors range from hard drive issues to system memory failure. If you unwittingly purchase HDD Low, it will not repair your PC problems. HDD Low is, in fact, the PC problem.
HDD Low works similarly as the following fake optimization programs from its family: HDD Fix, PUP.PC Health Kit, Windows Safemode, Windows Diagnostic, Windows Repair, HDD Tools, Ultra Defragger, Rogue.Windows Vista System Repair, Smart HDD, Win HDD, Rogue.System Recovery, HDD Repair, Windows Restore, Rogue.PC Repair, Windows Recovery Series, Rogue.File Integrity Checker, Scanner, Disk Optimizer, WindowsTool, Windows Repairing System, HDD Diagnostic, Rogue.Master Utilities, Windows Fix Disk, Disk OK, Computer Fix, Rogue.Windows Fix, Disk Recovery, Rogue.Windows Error Recovery, Rogue.System Check, Windows 7 Repair, System Defragmenter, Data Repair, Windows Scan, Rogue.File Recovery, Windows XP Recovery, Rogue.File Restore, Disk Repair, Rogue.Data Recovery, HDD Rescue, Memory Fixer, Win Disk, HDD Control, Windows XP Restore, Windows Disk, Smart Defragmenter, System Repair, Rogue.Windows XP System Repair, Memory Optimizer, Good Memory, PC Cleaner Pro 2012, Windows XP Fix, Smart Data Recovery, Rogue.Windows Startup Repair, HDD Plus, Fast Disk, Windows Recovery and Windows XP Repair.
HDD Low mimics a system scanner that pretends to report errors on a PC, but the scanner will report the same errors on every scan and even if its on a clean computer. HDD Low uses these crooked tricks to goad victims into paying for its full version. Do not trust HDD Low and use a reliable anti-virus program to stop HDD Low from blocking programs and running on your PC.
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File System Details
HDD Low creates the following file(s):
|#||File Name||Size||MD5||Detection Count|
|1||Uninstall HDD Low.lnk||51|