|Updated||Jan 10th 2018|
|Crack Size||20.3 MB|
While anti-malware applications can be used to protect your computer from online threats as well as eliminate existing infections from the system, you might be interested in something faster when it comes to getting rid of a particular type of malware agent, provided that you know what you're up against.
Many antivirus developers release small tools with a single purpose: finding and removing a specific kind of malware. ESET is one of these developers. Along the years, the company has published a number of malware removal utilities that can be downloaded for free, executed immediately, and used to scan and get rid of threats.
Most of these utilities can be individually downloaded from Softpedia. However, if you're looking for the entire collection, you can get it from this page. Dubbed as ESET Malware Removal Tools, this pack contains standalone utilities for detecting and removing resilient threats, such as ransomware (WannaCry, Crysis, AES-NI), worms (ACAD/Medre.A, Conficker) and adware (Adware.SuperFish).
The collection also has tiny apps for scanning PCs and eliminating trojans (Bedep, Bubnix, Daonol, Elex), botnets (Dorkbot, Simda), click-fraud bots (Poweliks), viruses (Quervar.C), and so on.
All you have to do is extract the download package and double-click the .exe of the malware removal tool you want to use. All utilities are accessible via the command-line interface and require minimal user interaction. They create log files on task completion that can be opened to find out whether or not they were successful in getting rid of the threats.
We will update this package as soon as ESET releases a new malware removal tool or update an existing one, so make sure to check back here often. Meanwhile, it's essential to keep your PC protected at all times to prevent malware agents from ever reaching your system, by resorting to a comprehensive antivirus solution.
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