Malware Destructor 2009: The Newest Birth In the Virus Doctor Family
When Rogue antivirus programs first came out a few years ago all of them were new, but now most of them are clones of clones. Malware Destructor 2009 is one of these clones. The first in this series was Virus Doctor, but anti-malware products like Spyzooka made handy work of it, so the scammers repackaged it and put it out again. This is becoming the most common tactic that all types of cybercriminals use.
Fast Antivirus 2009
Malware Catcher 2009
Malware destructor 2009 file contents:
%AppData%\Malware Destructor 2009
Malware Destructor 2009
Uninstall Malware Destructor 2009.lnk
Malware Destructor 2009.lnk
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Malware Destructor 2009”
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Malware Destructor 2009
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Malware Destructor 2009
Recommended Action: Immediate Removal
Manually removing Malware Destructor 2009, or any of the rogues in this family, requires the computer user to fully understand how to remove it. Most rogue applications can be removed manually, but if the computer user wants to be guarantee that it will not can back they need to install a malware protection program like Spyzooka that offer a 100% guarantee. Only Spyzooka offers a 100% guarantee to remove all types of rogue applications and keep them off.