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Computer memory scanner for detecting a range of high-profile threats

There are different antivirus programs and online scanners, but, sometimes threats may potentially slip under the radar of such conventional malware scanners by engaging in stealth techniques to hide their presence on a PC.

You require a more complex tool to find such threats. ThreatExpert Memory Scanner is such a tool from PCTools that answers a common question “Is my system still infected?"

ThreatExpert Memory Scanner is able to detect a range of high-profile threats that may be active in different regions of a computer’s memory and alert you of their existence.

The program only provides detection of threats that are already active and does not attempt to remove any detected threats.

If the scanner is capable of locating a file linked to the offensive memory module, you may submit that file by using a stand-alone ThreatExpert Submission Applet. More information and download .


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