Malware Doctor - Avoid this Rogue program
This new security rogue program is socially engineered to mimic how a true Anti-Virus product would behave. The screens appear authentic and they are professionally done. This program could trick some users, as it's designed to take the user's money without truly cleaning any infections.
Malware Doctor - Another Rogue program to avoid
QUOTE: As do most other rogue security programs, Malware Doctor displays misleading fake alerts to entice users into buying a product to “repair” malware problems.
We also noticed some new features in Malware Doctor. Once installed, it performs a system scan. Users see a message indicating this “unregistered” version of Malware Doctor won’t be able to heal or remove infected files and asking the user to activate it at a cost.
Unlike many rogue security programs, which displays excessive fake alerts, this version of Malware Doctor reports only a few detections so users will not be very suspicious of it. Once this Trojan detects a supposedly malicious file, it will pop up a message. This Trojan even makes use of McAfee’s malware naming convention.