Description of MalwareDoc and consequences of its residing on your PC

MalwareDoc (Malware Doctor) is a fake antispyware developed in a routine fashion. AntiSpy Knight is a predecessor or rather the same with MalwareDoc program. What is remarkable is that the files constituting MalwareDoc are named after AntiSpy Knight, i.e. their names contain such words as AntiSpy Knight. The face of this program is even more similar or rather practically same with AntiSpy Knight. The hackers, however, want users to believe that MalwareDoc is a program other than AntiSpy Knight. Even if it would be so, remove MalwareDoc as a useless application which only actually performed functions are harming computer and bothering users to the purpose of convincing user of the need to pay for this rogue registration.
Normally, users are frightened to install the malware of MalwareDoc trial version through the online scanners with misleading results. These results have no relation to the real threats on your computer. If the trial version is installed afterwards and start scanning your computer, the user may see that the results of the scan are quite different to those of the online scan.   MalwareDoc indicates the path to the threats revealed by its trialware and thus provokes users to delete them manually. That is trickery as there may be system and program files  listed with indication of the path; deletion of such files leads  to system crush.
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MalwareDoc Technical Details

  • Full name: MalwareDoc, Malware Doc, MalwareDoctor, Malware Doctor
  • Version: 2009
  • Type: Rogue anti-spyware
  • Origin: Russian Federation

MalwareDoc screenshot:

Signs of being infected with MalwareDoc:

MalwareDoc, if installed with trojan, is normally adverted through fake online scanners before and after installation. The trojan is a program of light weight that easily discovers and exploits vulnerabilities of your Windows to download the malware. Since trojan is the hijacker, frequent redirections to MalwareDoc’s online scanner is a hint at its presence. You may thus, figuratively speaking, remove MalwareDoc before its installation, as you may remove MalwareDoc trojan once you have been redirected to the websites pushing the corresponding malre and thus have got a hint at trojan infection. Having been installed with trojan or through other trickeries, MalwareDoc scans computer declaring useful and legitimate files useless and harmful. The alerts and nag screens alerting of fake danger are produced during the scan and afterwards. Click here to start free scan in order to detect and remove MalwareDoc, as well as any other tricky and rogue programs.

Automatic Removal of MalwareDoc from your PC:

MalwareDoc cannot be removed by a mere deletion of corresponding entries in the Add / Remove Programs of Start Menu’s Control Panel. Quite in contrary, if you try to remove MalwareDoc through the Add / Remove Programs, that may trigger the destructive schemes as the dlls may be activated to start deleting system and program files. Please, use one of the following solutions to remove MalwareDoc, for this malware may further propagate from your computer and infect more users.  Besides, buying this rogue program you donate to the funds of hackers so that hey will develop more and more malware. Follow the link below to start the MalwareDoc automatic removal or scroll down to get familiar with manual removal guide and get rid of MalwareDoc manually.

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Manual Removal of MalwareDoc:

If you are going to clean up your PC completely, it may be not enough to remove MalwareDoc only as there may be other infections bundled or in no relation with the malware. We dare recommend to use Spyware Doctpr following the link above in order to detect other threats, if any. If other rogues have been detected, use the tool for MalwareDoc to remove them or find and follow the corresponding manual removal guides to detect and remove infections found; experts recommend to print out malware removal instructions so that any unnecessary programs can be closed and would not interfere with the removal process, so please print out the MalwareDoc removal guide and close every program prior to the beginning of the removal and (important) disable Internet connection (unplug the modem to be certain).

Remove MalwareDoc files and dll’s

htmlayout.dll
maincfg.xml
Malware Doctor.exe
unins000.dat
unins000.exe
Validation.dll
GUI
help.htm
index.htm
main.css
options.htm
protect.htm
r_index.htm
r_protect.htm
r_support.htm
register.htm
status.htm
support.htm
update.htm
images
about.png
banner.png
button-back.png
button-back-active.png
button-back-hover.png
focusled.png
greenpoint.png
header.jpg
header.png
header_right.jpg
header-hover.png
help.ico
noconnection.png
ok.png
options.ico
options.png
progress-back.png
progress-body.png
progress-body-dark.png
protect.png
protection.ico
redpoint.png
regicon.png
register.png
scan.ico
sectionheader.png
sectionheaderred.png
shield.png
status.ico
stripback.png
support.png
tab.png
tabback.png
tab-hover.png
thanx.png
toolbarback.png
update.ico
update.png
warning.png
warningicon.png
Malware Doctor.lnk

Unregister MalwareDoc registry values:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Malware Doctor
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Malware Doctor\AntiSpy Knight
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Malware Doctor
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Malware Doctor_is1
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Alcmtr”

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