A Directory of Virus Removal Tools

By | August 11, 2004

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

27 thoughts on “A Directory of Virus Removal Tools

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  5. Sharath

    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.

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  6. Eric

    I am having the same find-help.org and web–search.com problem – it is also installing icons to my desktop somehow – if anyone can help, please email me Goodlookin06@cox.net

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  7. Bart

    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

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  8. Masoom

    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

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  9. moazzam

    I have netsky32.p@mm. Need its removal tool. Can any one help me.

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  10. Chris

    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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  11. windsor

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  12. Bill

    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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  13. richard

    Avast is the best antivirus and troujan remover I could find, And it is free. I have had troujan on my machine and could not get rid of it for ages. A friend introduced me to avast and it took the problem away. So avast 100%.
    Source http://www.homeremovalservices.com

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