Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Remove HDD Low (HDDLow ) adware as a christmas catch of fake optimizer

The program was found in adware traps and was reported by its victims approximately at the period between Christmas and New Year 2011.  Hackers are not idle even during holidays. However, it takes not too much time and minimum effort, where new adware to be released requires only to rename existing rogue program.
Get rid of  HDD Low (HDDLow) as that is merely a program produced by renaming Scan adware. It is a program faking system decrementing and several other system optimization activities.
In most of the cases, trojans are backdoor carriers drop its trialware without assistance. The adware then detects a number of issues like HDD errors, RAM overheating and reports absolutely intact and undamaged files unreadable because of hard drive errors.  Saying  so about files at your PC, it, with malicious intent, does not allow users opening them. 
Removal of HDD Low and other viruses, as well as free scan, are available with verified antivirus that you can get here

HDD Low (HDDLow) screenshot:

HDD Low (HDDLow) removal tool:

HDD Low manual removal guide:
Delete HDD Low files:
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Desktop\HDD Low.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\HDD Low
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\HDD Low\HDD Low.lnk
%Documents and Settings%\[User_Name]\Start Menu\Programs\HDD Low\Uninstall HDD Low.lnk
Delete HDD Low registry entries:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random]“
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random].exe”

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