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Download Kaspersky Virus removal tool for Windows 7, Vista and XP

The Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is a freeware virus scanner from Kaspersky that will scan various locations of your system for any threats and remove them from your PC or send them to Quarantine folder.

An interesting feature about this tool is that it can work with your existing Antivirus program and ensure a superior computer security.

However, remember that this tool is often updated multiple times per day. So you need to download a fresh copy whenever you want to scan your PC.

Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is a portable tool (no installation required) and has no real-time protection. It only scan and remove existing malware from your PC.

Download Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool for Windows7, Vista and XP


  1. Certainly! Keep posting man!

  2. Yes it is very useful, especially for OLD PCs

  3. So does it remove viruses like a regular anti virus or is it limited in any way?

  4. I think it has no realtime protection, otherwise should remove currently known viruses- Karthik.


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