HDD Repair fake system optimizer. How to remove HDD Repair malware
The team of GridinSoft Software Developers seriously urges you of HDD Repair virus that is now commencing its malicious performance. Bear in mind that it is a direct clone of HDD Plus virus previously described in one of our latest post. You should be on alert with this virus due to the fact that HDD Repair generally looks as a reputable program that boldly represents itself as one that is capable to substantially improve the general performance of your system. At the same time, the pure truth is that it is simply another fraudulent program not worth paying attention to.
Needless to mention, just like its forerunner, HDD Repair rogue will show thousands of bogus security alerts claiming that certain repair process is in the process. Well, by this time you probably are smart enough to know that in fact these are HDD Repair malware popups that are produced for the only malicious goal – that is to convince you in the necessity to buy this rogue. It goes without saying that this virus simply tries to trick you and to obtain money from you and make your wallet considerably thinner. It is not capable at all to provide reliable PC defense.
To make the long story short, HDD Repair virus is the tool that should be removed by all means. This is why we strongly advise you to get aid from a well-established anti-virus program that is able to remove HDD Repair virus. Alternatively, you may try manual deletion of this virus by following the recommendations provided herein.
HDD Repair automatic remover:
HDD Repair manual removal guide:
Delete HDD Repair files:
%Programs%\HDD Repair\HDD Repair.lnk
%Programs%\HDD Repair\Uninstall HDD Repair.lnk
Delete HDD Repair registry entries: