DoctoAntivirus is a security tool that promises to help you protect your PC from various threats like rootkits and keyloggers, and even speed up your computer. There are three versions of this software: a free one, which will allow you to protect your personal PC, a premium one, which is the most suitable for business, and a hyper one, which will protect your enterprise. If you have any version of DoctoAntivirus on your system, you should know that you can keep it there because this program is legitimate. It means that it does not seek to do various undesirable activities after the installation on your system. Besides, it is not likely that it will cause you any security-related problems.
Even though the program is legitimate and its files are clean, some sources still categorize this application as a potentially unwanted one. The reason of such a categorization is rather simple – this application is not going to do anything beneficial for you unless you buy its full version, which costs $12.09; however, the price might change depending on your place of residence. Thus, DoctoAntivirus is just going to scan your system after the installation, but if you try to fix those detected threats by clicking the “Clean Now!” button, you will be redirected straight to the payment page. As this tool is completely legit, it is not forbidden to upgrade it. However, keep in mind that you should get rid of DoctoAntivirus if you are not going to use it.
The program itself will not cause you any harm if you have downloaded it from its official website doctoantivirus.com; however, we do not recommend keeping this program installed if you have acquired it from any suspicious website. The reason is rather simple – there is a slight possibility that this version might be modified by cyber criminals and thus the program itself might cause some harm. It is better to be too careful than infect the system with malware.
If you are not going to buy the full version of DoctoAntivirus or want to delete it for any reasons, you can do that easily via Control Panel. Do you need some extra guidance? If so, you are welcome to use the instructions provided below the article. However, we still recommend scanning the system with a reliable antimalware scanner because it might contain other more serious threats like trojans and rootkits.
Windows 7 and Vista