If you want to install a security tool, which will protect your Windows system, Windows Personal Doctor is definitely the choice you need to avoid. The fake antivirus application has many deceptive features that can trick you into believing its legitimacy. And if you trust Windows Personal Doctor with your system’s protection and buy a useless lifetime support product ($99.90), you will not gain one thing, and lose a few! Your money will be wasted, and your system is highly likely to have caught even more infections. To avoid all of that, remove Windows Personal Doctor from your system.
It can be hard to tell how exactly you catch Windows Personal Doctor. It could be downloaded via an active Trojan, or you could have received it as additional software in a bundled download. Another possibility for the rogue to enter is by tricking you into installing fake security software yourself. Even though there are a few ways to invade, the course of further actions is the same for every PC user. You will be pushed to buy a useless licensed version of Windows Personal Doctor, but before you will be intimidated by a fake infection in your PC. The rogue will block access to the Task Manager and Registry Editor, which will assist Windows Personal Doctor so that you will not be able to detect and remove it instantly. Most executable files will be stopped from running, and your system will start slowing down.
All of the mentioned symptoms are created to make you believe that your system’s components are being deleted, and your computer is under an attack of malware, which is destroying your personal files. This will be accentuated by numerous pop-ups, alerts and warning notifications:
Virus name: [malware name]
Security Risk: [Low/Medium/High/Critical]
Infected file: C:\Windows\system32\kbdycc.dll
Description: This type of behaviour covers malicious programs that delete, block, modify, or copy data, disrupt computer, but which cannot be classified under any of the behaviours identified above
Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
Windows Media Player Resources
is suspected to have infected your PC. This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them to a remote server.
If you get intimidated by these fake notifications, you will be convinced that you need to activate the licensed version, and you will be directed to the purchase page, where you will be allowed to choose the length of the protection:
6 Month $49.95
1 Year $59.95
+ Lifetime support $19.95
Just like other Rogue.VirusDoctor family members (Windows Trojans Sleuth, Windows Attacks Preventor, etc.) Windows Personal Doctor will take your money and will offer you a useless product in return. Do not believe this cunning application and get yourself a legitimate antispyware, which will guard against malicious software in the future. Only if you know how to remove Windows Personal Doctor manually, should you venture into this matter; otherwise, you are likely to cause even more damage. Nonetheless, all PC users should use a trusted antivirus program at all times, which would delete Windows Personal Doctor, and other assaulting malware in the future.
Do not forget to use an activation key, which will terminate the irritating symptoms, and you will be able to proceed with Windows Personal Doctor’s removal.