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Download latest Kaspersky Virus Removal tool for removing all types of malware

Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is a free utility that uses an effective combination of signature based detection and heuristic analyzer for detecting and removing latest threats from your computer. Even though it will not provide real time protection, it can be effectively used to remove all types of malware-viruses, Trojans, adware, spyware, rootkits and worms from your PC automatically or manually.

Kaspersky’s malware scanning engine is known for its powerful detection rates and scanning speed and this Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool implies an effective algorithms of detection used by Kaspersky Anti-Virus and AVZ Antiviral Toolkit.

Program highlights includes: Easy interface, can be installed to an infected machine (Safe Mode supported), integral search and removal of malicious software (heuristic and signature based), System Analysis and interactive scripting language and freeware.

You can download the program from here. More information and technical details here.


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