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Malwarefox is advanced, yet simple-to-use anti-malware solution for Windows computers. It gets rid of adware, spyware, browser hijacker and other malware and keeps PC safe from Ransomware. It provide aggressive detection capabilities and effective malware removal tool to keep your systems safe and secure.

Considering the advent newer form of cyber crimes, Anti-Malware software have become necessity these days. This is because traditional Antivirus programs are incapable of catching every threat.

MalwareFox is a lightweight yet powerful anti-malware program. It has clean and simple user interface. It is strong against adware, ransomware, and zero-day exploits. MalwareFox provides real-time protection against different malware attacks.You can turn to this application if you need a quick, efficient way to detect if your system has been targeted by malicious attacks and whether or not they had succeeded to infect it.

Just as you launch the program you will notice that the main window displays a bunch of statistics, which include the status of your PC, when you performed the last scan and the real-time protection status. Running a scan can be simply done by pressing the “Scan” button.

All things considered, if you’re looking for a handy malware scanner that lets you quarantine detected items, you can opt for MalwareFox AntiMalware.

MalwareFox

Installer size: 5 MB.

Other notes: the software is very similar to Zemana Antimalware. In case you already have Zemana installed you will notice an error when installing MalwareFox stating that you have a newer version of MalwareFox, and I’m guesing that this is the case since it seems to use the same engine and algorithm for scanning against malware.

The offer is available for the next 2 days and a half through SharewareOnSale. Take advantage now and save $24.95. In case you miss the offer, please go to the developers website.

Disclaimer

You are allowed to use this product only within the laws of your country/region. Zeroviruses and its staff are not responsible for any illegal activity. We did not develop this product; if you have an issue with this product, contact the developer. This product is offered “as is” without express or implied or any other type of warranty. The description of this product on this page is a marketing description, written by the developer with few more notes written by the ZeroViruses team. The quality and performance of this product is without guarantee. Download or use at your own risk. If you don’t feel comfortable with this product, then don’t download it.

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2016′ best antivirus was Avira Antivirus Pro, while Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is the best for cleaning infected computers

The folks from AV-Test have conducted a 12-month endurance test, involving 897 evaluations for each security software for Windows 10 and took a conclusion.

They performed their research on two different stages: installed virus removal tools on infected systems and evaluated the results and disabled the security software so that the systems can get infected and again, evaluated the results.

Four of the tested solutions were capable of eliminating all the malware samples: Avira Antivirus Pro, Kaspersky Internet Security 2016/2017, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and Avast! Free Antivirus 2016. Avira Antivirus Pro has also managed to remove all the registry keys so it scored best in all the tests.

Bitdefender Internet Security 2016/2017, Symantec Norton Security and G Data Internet Security have provided good performance as well, but missed malware in a few cases.

Among the bootable antimalware/recovery software, Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool ruled them all and managed to remove all the malware samples, while the others failed.

The screenshots below are self explanatory.

2016' best antivirus was Avira Antivirus Pro, while Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is the best for cleaning infected computers

2016' best antivirus was Avira Antivirus Pro, while Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is the best for cleaning infected computers

Personally, I am a fan of Malwarebytes Anti Malware when it comes to cleaning up infected computers, but I also use AdwCleaner, Zemana and HitmanPro, hoping to remove all the leftovers that were not spotted by my first virus scan. My favorite free antivirus is Avast!, because it is lightweight and has a lot of features.

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Kaspersky and ESET are very popular on both desktop and mobile devices

According to AV-Comparatives, a security firm, ESET and Kaspersky are the most popular two antivirus solutions for desktop computers and laptops, featuring in the top four of every continent. Kaspersky is the most popular antivirus for mobile devices, also.

35.4% of the people use free desktop security solutions, but despite that, the number of paid antivirus solutions did not change. The number of people that do not use security solutions at all has decreased to 1.8%.

86% of the people that use security solutions say that their system was not been infected by malware, while 35% of them say that the security software blocked malware within the last week.

58.2% of the users have Windows 10 and 26.6% use Windows 7. On the mobile side, 71.8% of users use Android, 17% use iOS and 6.8% still use the rusty Windows Mobile.

Due to the fact that I also work from home with sensitive information, I am a little paranoid with security. I am a computer geek capable of restoring everything and cleaning up the computer if it gets infected, but I am afraid of ransomware malware.

So, in order to stay safe, I use ESET Antivirus, Zemana AntiMalware and Cybereason RansomFree. While ESET has both computer and internet protection, Zemana is a highly capable, cheap, anti malware software famous for finding and stopping ransomware viruses from encrypting data. On top of that, there is the free Cybereason RansomFree radar that has created a bunch of dummy files to keep them as bait for ransomware and to kill the encryption process in time, before it eats all the data.