When there are a lot of similar fake computer security applications from the same malware family, they tend to use the same pop-up advertisements. Explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk is also a fake security alert that is delivered by System Repair. System Repair is a fake computer optimization tool that comes from the same nest as File Restore, Data Recovery, File Recovery and similar infections. However, Explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk fake alert is delivered only by System Repair virus and not other variants of this infection.
Therefore, when you get infected with System Repair, Explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk pops up at your system tray and says:
explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk
Exception Processing Message 0xC0000397 Parameters 0x7C80001A
0x000003FB 0x7C8002CD 0x7C8006E9
When an unsuspecting user sees this fake alert appear on his screen, it is very likely that he/she will think there is something wrong with the system registry. If you click the fake alert, then System Repair will appear performing a full system scan, and then displaying you a whole list of supposed system errors that need to be addressed immediately. You have to realize that if your system would be really ridden with all those errors, you would not be able run your PC. As such the Explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk fake alert and System Repair only wants to convince you that you need to purchase the fake software in order to protect your PC.
Do not even think of purchasing the full version of System Repair. By revealing your credit card information to the hackers behind this fake application, you would allow these criminals to access your bank account and steal your money. Ignore the Explorer.exe – Corrupt Disk fake alert and remove System Repair from your PC. Perform a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner to check whether you have any other infections besides System Repair, and then invest in a powerful antimalware tool to delete System Repair and all the other infections from your computer. Do what is necessary to protect your PC and your money.c
|#||File Name||File Size (Bytes)||File Hash|
|1||14147364.exe||362496 bytes||MD5: 4e9d7729a3ffe8a8e955653998f0f995|
|2||yxJTUiXVvg.exe||446464 bytes||MD5: fc8c4f591103f3a017a5aab99475e215|
|3||%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\System Repair|
|#||Process Name||Process Filename||Main module size|