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F-Secure Easy Clean- A free tool for cleaning common viruses and worms

F-Secure Easy Clean is a portable and easy-to-use tool for removing the most common viruses, worms and other malware from your computer. Designed to clean specific malware effectively from a PC, F-Secure Easy Clean scans your Windows XP and Vista for infections and removes any that it finds. The scan result displays malware that was detected and action that was performed on it.

Download the tool from and run it (No installation required). It will do a quick check for rootkit symptoms and proceed with scanning and removing infections.

You may want to disable your anti-virus program before running F-Secure Easy Clean, because they may block access to some files, so F-Secure Easy Clean cannot scan or clean them. Turn on your anti-virus program after finishing the scan.

Remember that it is not a full antivirus product. It does not remove all the known malware; it focuses just to the most common viruses, worms and other types of malware in the wild.


  1. many many thanks like this info. I m really a fan of you.......sebastin

  2. Already have a security suite on my PC. Is this tool required?

  3. @sebastin
    -Thanks for your support.
    -Yes you can use this tool, especially if you are using 'other' security suite.

  4. It works fine. excellent tool and excellent news as usual. Thanks

  5. @Leofelix


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