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  • Hello John I have used many Anti Malware software on my Laptop and PC. As my personal experience, I found Malware Crusher as one of the best Malware Removal application. It does a fast scan and removes malware instantly. The updated paid version has amazing security features. The main thing is that this anti-malware software is trusted by software industry for its unique security cover provided. Link: http://www.malwarecrusher.com/
  • Hey John There are many Free malware removal tools in the market. I am using an anti-malware tool and you can also trust on that anti-malware software as it has protect my computer from different types of malware from long. It has defended my system against malware and threats for free. I will share the link from where you can Download it: https://www.freemalwareremovaltool.com/
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      I wouldn't trust your link any more than I would trust the free Softonic virus.
    • DancesWithWolves
      I'm with Jenny on this one thumbs up
  • Malwarebytes. is free to use. But the paid solution is good too.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Trusted one to use
  • MalwareBytes is good...
    • DancesWithWolves
      Trusted one to use
  • You can use Malwarebytes
    • DancesWithWolves
      Trusted one to use
  • If you are using windows 10 why not use the system included with windows 10? It is always updated and operates with your computer. If you install another malware/antivirus system it turns the Windows 10 system off.
  • I have used SpyHunter for years and it should be SpyHunter 5 now. The real-time defense against malware and adware is really helpful and I can really enjoy the Chrome browsing!
  • Malwarebytes is a legal and legitimate anti-malware software application. It has been the "next-gen" cybersecurity company that millions of people trust worldwide. The Premium version is a complete antivirus replacement to protect you from malware to ransomware.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Trusted one to use
  • In a test simulating a zero-day threat, different antivirus and threat protection software was used for the test. The objective was to compare each service with the same condition and environment while being attacked by known malware. This means that each antivirus program already has a record of the signature of the virus or malicious software. Every known antivirus software passed when every type of protection was turned on. To simulate the zero-day threat, file protection was turned off as the system was subjected to malware. Most of the antivirus failed and was only able to fight off a few attacks but was subsequently overwhelmed by the attack. Kaspersky Total Security was on another level with its protection. The test progressed by disconnecting the antivirus from the online connection. It is amazing that Kaspersky Total Connection worked even better and was able to counter each and every cyberattack with file protection turned off and with no online connection. For me, this was quite an accomplishment. This shows that Kaspersky’s security protocols are stable and solid that even if there was a zero-day threat that attacked your system, it would have more than enough tools at its disposal to fight off an attack. A zero-day threat is when a vulnerability, a virus, or a malware is present and your security software does not recognize the threat and has no signatures to base a counter-attack upon. With the way Kaspersky Total Security was able to flex at that kind of condition, made me say, wow!
  • Malwarebytes
    • DancesWithWolves
      Trusted one to use
  • The best protection is not software. These are merely adjuncts. The best protection comes from a wired-only router, and having a pro set up its NAT & SPI hardware firewall. I have used XP Pro for over three years now (5000+ hours on the internet) with zero malware. While I have Outpost Firewall 2009, Malwarebytes Free, Superantispyware, and various odds'n'ends, I place the majority of credit with my router.
  • I use Norton
  • the OFF button.
  • Malwarebytes the free edition works absolutely fine every once in a while I run Hitman pro and then uninstall it I have found out that Hitman pro removes registry keys that Malwarebytes leaves behind
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • John,I am telling you the right thing that nobody has told you.Nowadays 2nd generation virus has come in the market and so all antiviruses are failed against them.Hence previously computer with antivirus ran fast without hanging , but nowadays computer run slow and many times hang.Best solution is to buy CD of WINDOWS and format your computer whenever required.Sad to say that earlier out computer were smooth as they are after formatting but now it is not so........
  • The internet. Or to be more precise, after the google search of “Best free anti-virus”. There are some clarifications though. There is no telling what the best anti-virus software is. They all have their advantages and disadvantages. Currently, Windows natively has its own anti-virus Windows Defender, and it works relatively well. If you want to be super careful, you can install practically any anti-virus software of your choice, most of them work well, and the majority of current providers of such software have free versions that work well. My recommendations would be one of the following: Comodo, Avast, Avira, AVG, Bitdefender, Windows defender by default. Additionally, keeping your operating system up to date is an excellent security solution on top of everything. With anti-virus, you usually will need to run anti-malware software. Not every single anti-virus has the full package included. Any of the popular software solutions will be solid as well. And as most people will tell you, no software will protect you 100%. My tip would be to be aware of what you are browsing and downloading, that is the best way of being safe out there, avoid clicking shady links, and you should be okay. Good luck!
  • Norton for viruses and Malwarebytes for malware.
  • Malwarebytes is thorough, protects against most if not all malware. Its rec ommended by mycomputerworks.com
    • DancesWithWolves
      Trusted one to use
    • mugwort
      For sure DWWs

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