Category: Antivirus software

GMER

GMER is a software tool written by Polish researcher Przemysław Gmerek, for detecting and removing rootkits . [1] [2] It runs on Microsoft Windows and has support for Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. With version 2.0.18327 full support for Windows x64 is added. [3] [4] [5]

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G Data Software

G Data Software AG is a German software company that focuses on computer security solutions. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Bochum . They are known for being the creators of the worlds first antivirus software . [2] G Data use multiple scanning engines, one developed in-house and the other is the BitDefender engine. G Data provides several security products that are targeted at home and business […]

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Sophos

Sophos Group plc is an English security software and hardware company. Sophos develops products for endpoint communication , encryption , network security , email security , mobile security, and unified threat management. Sophos is primarily focused on providing security software to the mid-market and pragmatic enterprise from 100 to 5000 Seat organizations. Sophos also offers a primary focus, Sophos home helps users, free software (Sophos Home). It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is […]

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vba32

Vba32 AntiVirus

VBA32 (Virus Block Ada 32) is antivirus software from the vendor VirusBlokAda for personal computers running Microsoft Windows . It detects and neutralizes computer viruses, computer worms , Trojan horses and other malware (backdoors, adware, spyware , etc.) in real time and on demand.

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VirusBuster

VirusBuster Ltd. was one of the few Hungarian it-security software vendors. The fully Hungarian owned company develops products – under the same brand name: “VirusBuster” – for the Hungarian and international market to protect users’ computers from malware programs and various other IT-security threats. In August 2012, VirusBuster Ltd. announced the cancellation of its anti-virus products. [1] After VirusBuster was shut down, […]

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