HDD Low

HDD Low Description

ScreenshotHDD 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: System Defragmenter, Ultra Defragger, HDD Control, Win HDD, Win Defrag, Win Defragmenter, Disk Doctor, Hard Drive Diagnostic, HDD Diagnostic, HDD Plus, HDD Repair, HDD Rescue, Smart HDD, Defragmenter, HDD Tools, Disk Repair, Windows Optimization Center, Scanner, Hdd Fix, PUP.PC Health Kit.

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.

Technical Information

Screenshots & Other Imagery

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HDD Low Video

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File System Details

HDD Low creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %TEMP%edQMMNhhwg.exe 449,024 5096de9347e2f2ce8434773317ad3e11 51
2 %Temp%HtmJDNvMU.exe 397,824 01941c8a1f5d2e10cec2ee5fd8dab85a 0

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