System Check is not new computer infection; we have already submitted posts about it many times. System Check attacks computers with vigor. We do not stop warning all our blog readers to be careful while working in the Internet. Hackers employ up-to-date rootkit techniques to affect as much computers worldwide as possible. They changes their malicious product so often, that anti-virus programs can fail to detect the virus. That is the main issue, because virus does not stay still, it tricks users in such way. As soon as it penetrates into your PC it behaves to act like the decent program which can help you to find some threats and to eliminate them. It scans your system and detects a lot of threats, but do not panic the threat list generated by the virus, all these scan reports are pre-programmed and invented. So do not take them seriously.
System Check virus, without any sort of hesitation, implies some great-looking but yet the bogus program which states of itself to render supposed services in the field of computer maintenance and optimizing the speed of your workstation. Nevertheless, it’s just another name, same as Master Utilities virus. Here comes quite a logical question – what do these two applications have in common? Well, nearly everything, except for the name probably. They all have exactly the same user interface and do the same evil and malicious deeds to the computers they contaminate. System Check typically uses trojan horses in order to accomplish the penetration into the computers with weak anti-virus protection.
System Check virus is what we are going to talk in our today’s article. Among all the malwares and viruses nowadays available in the world wide web System Check is quite a new one, even though such similar fake HDD programs were first traced in spring of 2011. At that time they had quite a different interface and GUI. However, being amended as per today, these fake hard drive defragmenters are quite capable of scaring so many users nowadays. We regret to inform you that this hoax called SystemCheck has already been able to scare some people, and even up to the extent that they purchased its so-called full version. They have just lost their money, because this is just the malware and that’s it. It cannot do any good thing for your computer. The tactics applied by System Check virus to scare unwary users are as follows: the rogue after successful installation runs plenty of fake system scans and report plenty of fake PC problems and errors. However, things seem in such a manner that the malware represents them as real problems and errors requiring immediate fixing. This is when System Check offers itself as a solution, however, it tells you to first pay for its full version. Do not purchase this malady and do not spend any cent for it. We recommend you to remove this malware using certain decent anti-virus program. This blog represents GridinSoft Trojan Killer anti-virus application, and we are confident that it will be able to recover your computer from this type of infection. Please carefully watch the video guide showing how to get rid of this hoax.
System Check is one more rogue that can easily infect your system and do some other bad stuff with your files and folders. So, what should users know about this virus and its removal? When the virus gets inside your PC you will know it for sure. It will automatically start its work with the scanning of your system. The results of this scanning are not so good as you want them to be. There can be a lot of threats but do not worry at once. Everything System Check shows you and tells you is fake. The virus creates its own rogues for you to believe that your system is really infected with malicious programs. That is why users immediately begin to look for the program that can remove all those threats. System Check as it claims to be a good program suggests you to use its product for the removal but at first you need to buy it. That is the main goal of the virus. A lot of people can purchase this scam but then they get nothing.