System Doctor 2014 virus is a rogue program that can be classified as virus or malware along with fake security program. It pretends itself as system antivirus tool, but it is just creating false image among the user to force them to buy unwanted software. When user tries to download free software, movies sites or adult sites more than likely malware comes with bundle like System Doctor 2014 virus. Once in the PC, System Doctor 2014 virus causes damage to the system files. It changes configuration of windows and start up program. It launches itself whenever computer starts. Some viruses are known for decrypting the files and change configuration in such a way that user are force to buy software or willing to loose data. In either case user has to lose something. System Doctor 2014 virus shows that it is repairing program your computer, but it just want to cause chaos and headache. It constantly show list of viruses and malware found on your PC, but removing those so found viruses is hard as it does not exist. If you tried to uninstall System Doctor 2014 virus via control panel or uninstaller you will surprised to know it does not exist there. Program hides under system folder named %ProgramData%. Sometimes it hides under user’s profiles. To remove System Doctor 2014 virus and uninstall all program associated with it try to follow this guide. More than likely you can remove System Doctor 2014 virus.
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A message on screen with United States Courts stating your computer has been locked is a virus message. Like all other rasomware United States Courts virus also locks down the computer and demands money via MonyePak system. It is currently believed to be infected only users from United States. It is asking for the payment of $300 immediately to avoid Courts preceding. It suggests that you can get MoneyPak vouchers in Walmart, CVS, 711, Walgreens, K-mart, Rite Aide, and CVS. Here is the extract from the United States Courts virus:

United States Courts
Criminal Case NO. 4:12CV072011
Illegally downloaded material (MP3’s, Movies or Software) has been located on your computer.
By downloading or uploading, those files have been reproduced, thereby involving a criminal offense under 17 U.S.C.A. SS506 (a) and 18 USCA SS2319 (2)(A)(B).
(a) Whoever violates section 506(a) (relating to criminal offenses) of title 17 shall be punished as provided in subsection (b) of this section and such penalties shall be in addition to any other provisions of the title 17 or any other law. (b) Any person who commits an offense under subsection (a) of this section
(2) shall be fined not more than $250,000 or imprisoned for not more than two years, or both, if the offense:
(A) involves the reproduction of distribution, during any one-hundred-and-eighty-day period, or more than one ten but less than one hundred phone records or copies infringing the copyright in one of more sound recordings;
(B) involves the reproduction or distribution, during any one-hundred-and-eighty-day period, of more than two but less than sixty-five copies infringing the copyright in one or more motion pictures or other audiovisual works.
To unlock your computer and to avoid other legal consequences, you are obligated to pay a release of $300 payable through GreenDot Moneypak. After successful payment, your computer will automatically unlock.
Failure to adhere to this request will involve criminal charges and possible imprisonment.
To perform the payment, enter the acquired GreenDot Moneypak code in the designated payment field and press the “Submit” button.
Please note: This find may only be paid within 48 hours, if you left 48 hours pass without payment, the possibility of unlocking computer expires.
In this case the criminal case against you will continue automatically.
Your IP-Address XX.XX.XX.XXX
Your Hostname:
you can be clearly identified by resolving your IP address and the associated hostname.
All of your files have been encrypted, any attempt to unlock your computer by yourself, will result in loss of all your data.
This program is maintained by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on behalf of the Federal Judiciary.

Message appears to be trustworthy as it uses some of legal terminology and your IP address. Sometime it even shows your picture. Every time you reboot your computer message on screen shows same United States Courts virus and asking for payment to unlock your computer. We highly recommend you to follow this removal guide and remove United States Courts virus immediately. Constant restart can cause BSOD or Black Screen of Death issue. In such scenario it will be expensive to remove United States Courts virus and fix your computer again.
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PC Utility Kit Virus is a fake antivirus tool. It claims it can optimize your PC and clean it from virus. However, it is fake security tool designed to steal money. PC Utility Kit Virus uses deceptive methods to bypass existing security major you have in place like antivirus or antispyware program and fire wall. It does not bother get approval from user before downloading itself. PC Utility Kit run fake scan of your PC and shows many unknown system issues. Most or all of them not existence issues. Purpose those alerts to make you feel your system infected with various viruses and system has too many issues. It literally forces you to think you need software tool like PC Utility Kit to get rid of all those bugs. Once in your PC this virus can causes system damages and slow down your PC. No matter what your try but cannot remove PC Utility Kit virus as it keep coming back. Under any situation you should not buy PC Utility Kit tool. To remove PC Utility Kit and get rid of all the system infected files, please follow through our system removal guide here.
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Internet Security 2014 Virus is a fake security program. Typical security program help you from online threats and viruses, while this program Internet Security 2014 invites viruses. Once install on your PC, it is extremely difficult to get rid of. Once it is in your PC this application shows “Your PC might be at Risk. Activate Internet Security 2014 to protect it” and it force you to buy full time protection immediately. As soon as PC starts it runs fake scan and shows PC is infected with Virus like Backdoor and win32.Scrarb and rasnomwares. It even installs its own system files and drivers to make system corrupt. When user careless install free software and movies via Torant and other file sharing sites, they are inviting malware software like Internet Security 2014. Most users are unaware until Internet Security 2014 start slowing down PC and run unnecessary scan. As we mentioned all the threats shows by Internet Security 2014 virus is fake and cannot be trusted. If you do not remove Internet Security 2014 in timely manners you are compromising your computer security and threatening your privacy. You must remove Internet Security 2014 virus immediately as it can cause serious damage. We have designed this guide to help you remove Internet Security 2014 virus and eliminate residuals left by this malwares.
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Trojan.FakeAlert Virus is dangerous virus. Most antivirus program can detect this virus but cannot get rid of it. You can try several utilities but result will be same. Some utilities are able to remove Trojan.FakeAlert virus, however it is just matter of time. When user reboot computer or windows updates happens, Trojan.FakeAlert Virus back again in the system. Sometime message from Trojan.FakeAlert appears like these:

Windows Security has found critical process activity on your PC and will perform fast scan of system files….. Microsoft Internet Explorer….
Are you sure you want to navigate away from this page?
Your system is at risk of crash. Press Cancel to prevent it.

It is misleading message. It changes windows configuration files and registry settings. Removing Trojan.FakeAlert virus is essential for security of your computer. It can slow down your computer and causes system crashes. Most of time your browser does not respond or hangs due to keylogger and monitoring activities caused by Trojan.FakeAlert virus. It can invite other malware and ransomware to further damage your computer. To remove Trojan.FakeAlert virus and get rid of hidden files, please follow this guide.
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