Disk Doctor

Disk Doctor Description

Disk Doctor is a fake optimization tool which claims to provide proactive data protection. DiskDoctor spreads by using Trojans to block legitimate software programs. This rogue program also produces popup warnings claiming that the disk is inaccessible and has lots of errors. The message falsely reports that ram memory is in danger of being lost and that the registry is under threat as well. The corrupt program will then urge unwary computer users to purchase a copy of Disk Doctor to repair the system. DiskDoctor poses a severe threat to system security and should be removed immediately.

Technical Information

File System Details

Disk Doctor creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %TEMP%saElAiSHfe.exe 451,072 7c3170cf60692322c34f2530ada7e1b8 5
2 %Temp%98e22b.exe 358,912 A0995F4B9741E1B809F255BE4D4B10F6 0

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