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spyware terminator 2015 vs simplitec/nero tuneitup


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#1 emig-tea

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Posted 02 August 2017 - 01:51 AM

Which is the better antimalware app to résolve/repair boot-error on bootables sd cards/usb keys ?

 

1 - nero tuneitup

 

2 - simplitec powersuite/simplisafe

 

3 - magix pc Check and tuning 2017

 

4 - ad-aware

 

5 - otl

 

6 - spyware terminator 2015

 

7 - slimware utilities slimcleaner

 

8 - comodo cleaning essentials 2016

 

9 - eset online scanner 2016

 

10 - remediate vbs worm

 

I have open topic for my sd cards/usb keys/zalman ve350 external hdd/my two computer here, with the 4 frst logs posted:

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/652529/windows-7-10-infecte-problems-on-xubuntu-live-usb-and-sd-cards/

 

And questions:

The 2 brand New "petya/goldeneye" and "trojan.certlock" viruses released on s'immerger 2017 are types of backdoors ?

 

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#2 Daniel_Boringcliffe

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Posted 02 August 2017 - 08:47 AM

None of them is going to resurrect a dead storage. Get an AV if you don't have any already, I recommend Windows Defender / MSE or Avast. Also, if you insist on having an anti-malware then go with Zemana or Malwarebytes.




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