Trojan Remover aids in the removal of Malware – Trojan Horses, Worms, Adware, Spyware – when standard anti-virus software either fails to detect them or fails to effectively eliminate them.
Standard antivirus programs are good at detecting this Malware, but not always so good at effectively removing it. Trojan Remover is designed specifically to disable/remove Malware without the user having to manually edit system files or the Registry.
The program also removes the additional system modifications some Malware carries out which are ignored by standard antivirus and trojan scanners. It scans ALL the files loaded at boot time for Adware, Spyware, Remote Access Trojans, Internet Worms and other malware.
Trojan Remover also checks to see if Windows loads Services which are hidden by Rootkit techniques and warns you if it finds any.
For each identified Trojan Horse, Worm, or other malware, Trojan Remover pops up an alert screen which shows the file location and name; it offers to remove the program’s reference from the system files and allows you to rename the file to stop its activation.
When it finds Malware that is memory-resident, Trojan Remover automatically re-starts (on request) your system and completely DISABLES the Malware before Windows restarts.
Trojan Remover writes a detailed logfile every time it performs a scan. This logfile contains information on which programs load at boot-time, and what (if any) actions Trojan Remover carried out. The logfile can be viewed and printed using Notepad.
Trojan Remover is set to automatically scan for Malware every time you start your PC (you can disable this automatic scan if you wish).
Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32-bit, 64-bit).
Changes in Trojan Remover 6.9.4 Build 2944:
- Main program 184.108.40.20644, FastScan 220.127.116.115, Updater 18.104.22.1681.
- Added improved detection routines for malicious scripts loaded via the Windows Powershell.
- Added exclusion routines for Scheduled Tasks and Registry Entries where the entries are loading legitimate files, but may be calling malware scripts.
- The on-boot FastScan (if not disabled) will now automatically check for program updates periodically.
- If the main Trojan Remover program is active when the Updater updates the databases the main program is notified, and the new databases are active for the next scan to be run.
- If the Updater program is launched from either the main Trojan Remover program or the FastScan, it will offer the option to restart the calling program on closing.
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