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Instant Messenger Cleaner for Removing Viruses & Worms from MSN, Live, Yahoo and AOL Instant Messengers

Because of the popularity virus writers are using Instant Messengers (IM) to spread malicious programs. There are several things you can do to make sure your chatting experience remains safe and secure.

Here is a tool called Instant Messenger Cleaner that allows you to clean and remove any Instant Messenger threats including worms and viruses from your MSN or Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and AOL Instant Messenger.

Instant Messenger Cleaner is a portable tool and compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7.

Just run the tool, from the main window choose either Quick Scan or Custom Scan to perform a scan. All the detected threats will be automatically deleted from your computer.

The program has included some other utilities like Browser cleaner and Thumb cleaner that you can access via right clicking on the program’s tray icon.

The program requires Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 to work properly. Download Instant Messenger Cleaner


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