System Doctor 2014

System Doctor 2014 Description

System Doctor 2014 is a fake anti-malware application, a clone of fake security programs like Internet Security 2013 and Total Security 2013. Even though it is barely Summer of 2013, criminals have already started to release the '2014' versions of their fake anti-virus programs. It is pivotal to note that there is nothing different about these 'new' versions; they carry out the same scam as their predecessors. In fact, System Doctor 2014 is exactly the same fake anti-malware program as System Doctor 2013, System Doctor 2012, and even System Doctor 2009 with a different year slapped on to the rogue anti-virus program's name. Fake anti-malware applications like System Doctor 2014 are programmed to trick novice computer users into acquiring a fake license by making them believe that their computer is severely infected with malware. If System Doctor 2014 is installed on your computer, and you are receiving messages from this or a similar supposed security program, your computer has been infected with a rogue security program. Remove System Doctor 2014 immediately using a real anti-malware application that has been properly updated.

The System Doctor 2014 scam is not difficult to understand; System Doctor 2014 uses numerous fake error messages to trick its victims into believing that their machine has become infected with malware. When the victim logs into the infected computer, System Doctor 2014 runs a fake system scan which claims that the computer is infected with dozens of viruses, Trojans and worms. If the victim tries to use System Doctor 2014 to remove these supposed malware infections, this fake security application displays additional error notifications claiming that it is necessary to purchase an expensive license. Since System Doctor 2014 cannot detect or remove malware, ESG security researcher strongly advise against paying for this supposed upgrade or permitting this fake security program to remain on your computer.

Additional Symptoms Associated with System Doctor 2014

Problems associated with System Doctor 2014 do not stop with fake system alerts and irritating error messages. System Doctor 2014 may use Trojans to block access to files and applications on the infected computer. System Doctor 2014 may also interfere with your Web browser, cause browser redirects, and prevent you from accessing certain online content. System Doctor 2014 has also been known to cause performance problems, slowing down the infected computer and causing it to crash frequently.

Technical Information

File System Details

System Doctor 2014 creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %APPDATA%\4fd4Vf9\4fd4Vf9.exe 1,072,640 08b363bd2db588b50586d909584ff74c 2
2 %APPDATA%\4fd4Vf9\4fd4Vf9.lst 1,074 cf207ae7614bc79066b0c19a7d3b4b5a 0
3 %APPDATA%\4fd4Vf9\4fd4Vf9.ini 271 95fc863fb2d1370e3a2bc8b9d2ed307e 0

Registry Details

System Doctor 2014 creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
File name without path
System Doctor 2014 support.url
System Doctor 2014.lnk
%Appdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\System Doctor 2014

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One Comment

  • gorwell:

    Quickly shut down, turn off power.
    Restart F8, Command prompt.
    cd down.
    cd up to windows, prefetch.
    erase *.*
    cd to down to windows, up to system32, restore.

    All seems to be fixed.


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