Windows Diagnostic

Windows Diagnostic Description

ScreenshotWindows Diagnostic is a rogue defragmenter tool that belongs to the FakeSysDef family, designed to trick Internet users out of their money. Once Windows Diagnostic takes over your computer, it will show bogus system error messages meant to confuse PC users into believing there's a problem with their computer and hard drive. Windows Diagnostic will also make it almost impossible to execute any Windows programs so the PC user, the victim, has a computer held for ransom by Windows Diagnostic, the captor. Windows Diagnostic's full version is not a service that will fix error problems and, therefore, PC users should not let Windows Diagnostic coerce into purchasing it.

Windows Diagnostic is another version of the bogus security programs 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 Low, Hdd Fix.

Technical Information

Screenshots & Other Imagery

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Windows Diagnostic Video

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File System Details

Windows Diagnostic creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\uiTf1yfTAEgr.exe 524,288 d8a54a2332951480c11f1cc644787069 1

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One Comment

  • Valery:

    Thank you. I got scared because it popped up, but normally those things happen. So I wanted to check online. It was also weird, because when I tried to get out of it, my own computer told me that there still could be viruses or what not on my computer, because of the ad. But I do have a thought for this, it's still an advertisment right? So then, why doesn't it have advertisement on the screen? I think that's why it starts to scare people.

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