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Opswat Malware Scanner: Scans Running Processes and Memory with Five Antivirus Engines

Opswat Malware Scanner is a multi-engine malware scanner that scans your computer’s actively running processes and memory modules using five well-known malware scanning engine simultaneously. If your PC has infected with viruses, rootkits and other malware, 99.99% of its presence can be found in running processes and memory.


This cloud based malware scanner uses ClamWin, ESET, Norman, Quick Heal and VirusBuster scanning engine to find malware and fully compatible with your existing security software.

The scanning process takes only a few seconds, but may take up to a few minutes the first time it is run on your machine and Deep Scan option is enabled.


As no single anti-malware solution is perfect, by using multiple engines it is able to offer a higher level of confidence that you are secure against malicious software running on your system.

Download and more details available at developer’s website

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