Restore your computer to a virus-free state with the help of this useful piece of software that comes packaged as a bootable ISO image
|Updated||Mar 25th 2016|
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|Crack Size||192 MB|
Vba32 Rescue is a basic piece of software that is designed to help you clean your computer after a virus or malware attack.
The utility comes with two modules, namely vba32rescue and vba32rescue2ram, which enables you to load the image file using your computer's RAM resources.
The application does not feature a typical installer as it comes packaged as a bootable ISO image. This means that you can easily burn a bootable CD and DVD, as well as create bootable USB drive.
Its interface is heavily outdated by modern standards as it is reminiscent of legendary programs from the Norton Commander-era.
Once configured, Vba32 Rescue Crack can be used to scan your computer for existing dangerous files. It bundles a powerful heuristic analyzer and a code emulator. These two tools make it possible for you to detect malware elements and to take all the necessary precautions or clean-related decisions.
From the Scanner Settings window, you can choose which drives to scan, which file types should be checked by the utility, including containers and archives, and configure the app's behavior when it finds an infected file.
All in all, Vba32 Rescue is a useful utility that helps you get rid of malware infections, just as long as you make sure to take the time to read the instructions found in the user guide.
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