System Doctor 2014

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System Doctor 2014

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System Doctor 2014 est un rogue (faux anti-spyware) qui s'installe sans permission, le malware affiche de fausses alertes vous indiquant que vous êtes infecté par un spyware et vous recommande d'acheter ce faux anti-spyware pour soit disant désinfecter votre ordinateur.

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Les menaces imaginaires qui peuvent être détectés :
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