A Directory of Virus Removal Tools

Some sites offering free tools for removing viruses, trojans and worms. Any additions/changes welcome.

27 thoughts on “A Directory of Virus Removal Tools”

  1. Avast is a great free (for home/personal use) anti-virus software, they also provide a very effective cleaner that has saved me a few times.

  2. Hi, I am a techy…but really had a problem with a nasty spyware infection..named ABetterInternet-Aurora
    And I tried all spyware removal tools known above…and really nothing helped…the blasted thing kept on coming back..grasping at the last straw…I went to the website of mypctuneup.com and there they had a removaltool…I know..never go there..but if you want to get rid of it..DO

    Bart

  3. If any of you having problem of changing home page by adware and affected by spyware can try software Geeksuperhero. The trail version can help you a lot.

    Thanks
    Masoom

  4. I think a great tool you left off is Nod32 by ESET. It rips through anything. We have the Enterprise version running on our 230 user LAN. Works like a champ…way better than McAffee did before.

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  6. I’m currently using Panda, but I’ve used ZoneLabs, Symantec, McAfee, and Trend over the years and they’ve all got their plusses and minuses. I have found some of the Open Source stuff to be VERY good, too!

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