Fake antivirus programs always look for a way to get into your computer over and over again. System Doctor 2014 is of no exception. It is a new version of System Doctor that is a rogue antispyware application. Just like its predecessor System Doctor 2014 causes erratic system behavior and then urges user to purchase a registered version of the program, because supposedly only the full version of the program can help you to get rid of a number of malicious threats that are plaguing your system. However, you have to ignore all these claims and remove System Doctor 2014 from your system ASAP.
The thing is that System Doctor 2014 performs a fake system scan and then displays a number of threats that are supposedly present on your PC. Considering the fact that your system does slow down and a few programs may not even respond, it does seem as though whatever System Doctor 2014 is true. However, the truth is that your computer is acting up because of the rogue antispyware program – it creates all the fake notifications that say your system is infected with malware. For example, the rogue may tell you that you are infected with trojanspm/lx, trojan.dloader/lx, win32.trojan.rx and other similar threats.
However, you have to keep in mind that the only reason why System Doctor 2014 is present in your system is money. That is to say – this program wants you to purchase the full version of the application, because during the purchase users reveal their credit card information to the cyber criminals behind this infection, and once they acquire that data, they can use it in a number of illegal financial operations. In the end, your money is stolen, and your computer is still infected with System Doctor 2014.
If you want to check your computer for malicious infection, use SpyHunter free scanner, because System Doctor 2014 will NEVER live up to its promises. You need to invest in a reliable anti-malware program to terminate remove System Doctor 2014 from your PC automatically, and to protect the system from similar threats in the future.
The fake antivirus program will try to remain on your PC for as long as possible by blocking exe files and thus denying you the access to your antimalware programs. If that is the case, follow the instructions below to bypass this.
Windows Vista & Windows 7 & Windows 8