Lightweight, portable and very fast antivirus program that checks the system for the CoolWWWSearch parasite and removes it if found
|Updated||Aug 23rd 2013|
PepiMK Software N/A N/A
|Crack Size||51 KB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows NT|
CoolWWWSearch SmartKiller MiniRemoval is a tiny and portable application designed to remove the CoolWWWSearch virus (v1/v2), also known as CoolWebSearch.
It is very simple to use by individuals with no experience in antivirus programs, as it fully automatizes the scanning and removing operation.
The CoolWWWSearch infects web browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome, changes the homepage and generates pop-up ads.
As installation is not a prerequisite, you can drop the executable file somewhere on the HDD and click it to run. You can also move the antivirus program to a USB flash drive or similar removable device, and run it on any infected workstation without prior installers.
What's important to keep in mind is that CoolWWWSearch SmartKiller MiniRemoval Crack does not add new entries to the Windows Registry, Start menu, or any other part of the disk. A standard file deletion is enough to eliminate it.
At initialization, the utility automatically performs the scan task and eliminates CoolWWWSearch's components on sight, so user assistance is not required. It runs on a very low quantity of CPU and RAM, and quickly carries out a task, without hanging, crashing or showing error dialogs. All in all, CoolWWWSearch SmartKiller MiniRemoval offers the simplest solution possible to eliminating the CoolWWWSearch worm.
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