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ESET Rogue Application Remover: Remove Rogue Programs From Your PC

ESET security has released a Rogue Application Remover tool for Windows that let you remove various rogue applications from your computer. It can also revert any change the rogue application made to the Windows registry. ESET Rogue Application Remover (ERAR) is designed to use, especially, if you experience abnormal system behavior or believe you are infected with malware even after scanning your system with your antivirus program.

Rogue applications are available in the form of security software, registry editors, etc. on the Internet and if you recently experience any abnormal system behavior after installing any software program, scan your system using ERAR.

ERAR is a standalone application (no installation is needed) and must be run with elevated administrator rights (right click and select "Run as administrator") either in safe mode (better) or in normal mode. Internet connection is recommended for improved detection and accuracy.

ESET Rogue Application Remover (32bit/64bit) can be downloaded (1.9MB) from source here.


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