Rogue.VirusDoctor family is the name of a group of malware which are created one after another. The latest production is Windows PC Aid, a clone of such rogues as Windows TurnKey Console or Windows Malware Firewall, which targets its scare tactics on Windows users that are expected to be naïve and simple-minded. The rogue wants to push them into acquiring its supposedly full version which, according to the rogue, deletes threats. The purpose of the rogues is to obtain users’ credit card numbers and passwords and get their money. Windows PC Aid does not protect PCs’ systems; it only pretends to do so in order to earn user’s trust.
If you find Windows PC Aid on your computer, you will find that it does it best to make you believe that the system is full of infections. It will mimic scans of the computer’s system and introduce a list of bogus infections. The infections are nonexistent in your system, because only the names of real Trojans, worms etc are used to scare you into believing that those threats are damaging the system. Moreover, do not delete those fake infections on your own, because you can delete the files which belong to the Windows system. Windows PC Aid also brings up simulated security notifications which you should also ignore. See how it can try to deceive you:
Potential malware detected.
It is recommended to activate protection and perform a thorough system scan to remove the malware.
Keylogger activity detected. System information security is at risk. It is recommended to activate protection and run a full system scan.
Another part of the deception is the system’s malfunctions created to prevent the removal of Windows PC Aid. Windows PC Aid disables certain executable files and Internet connection so that there is a remote possibility that the rogue will be removed by using applications downloaded from the Internet. Additionally, such Windows tools as Registry Editor and Task Manager are hidden. These applications are inaccessible; therefore, there is no chance to delete the infection manually, because Registry Editor is necessary to remove entries created by Windows PC Aid.
You might ask how you should get rid of this pest. You can manage to remove Windows PC Aid if you activate it by using the key provided below. This is the same key you get if you purchase the so-called full version of the malware.
Delete all the components of the rogue from the system thoroughly so that the infection is not regenerated. If you are not sure whether you can do it on your own or not, we suggest you get a powerful antispyware tool which is capable of deleting Windows PC Aid. Once antispyware starts running, it scans the system, detects and removes the elements of the rogue. Certified antispyware cannot cause damage to the system, because it deletes only those files which should be removed, and does not affect the processing of your computer’s system.