Trojan Remover 6.7.3

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 10/09/2008 | , , | 2 Comments »

Here is another update for Trojan Remover, an extremely popular malware detection/removal app. As the name suggests people who are having trouble with Trojan and malware infections should give this a go. I recommend running this app (and Superantispyware too) even after your standard Anti-Virus app claims to have cleaned a virus infection as sometimes it may not remove all the components such as registry keys. The latest version of Trojan Remover incorporates a new heuristics detection method for modified rootkits, enhancements for the removal techniques along with several other updates.

trojan_remover_6.7.3

Developer Description

Trojan Remover aids in the removal of Malware - Trojan Horses, Worms, Adware, Spyware - when standard anti-virus software ither fails to detect them or fails to effectively eliminate them. Standard antivirus programs are good at detecting this Malware, but not always good at effectively removing it.

Features:

  • You can scan the whole drive, or any directories on the drive, by selecting Scan a Drive/Directory from the main Trojan Remover menu.
  • ou can scan individual files and directories from within Windows Explorer. (right click>scan)
  • rojan Remover incorporates an integral Updater allowing for quick and easy Database updates. You can use the Windows Task
  • Scheduler to schedule automatic updates.

Changelog:

  • Added new heuristic detection routine for modified rootkits.
  • Improved removal techniques for embedded malware.
  • Improved removal of malicious registry keys/values.
  • Added scan timing information to the logfile and the active scan screen. When a scan is completed (and no alerts are shown) the total scan time taken will be displayed.

Read comments for more information.

P.S. - Stay tuned for the Random Demonoid Invitation code giveaway 10. This time around we will be giving away 12 Demonoid invites for free.


2 Comments

  1. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 10/09/2008 12:57:00 PM  
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  2. Jonah // 10/11/2008 11:00:00 PM  

    what does the readme file mean by "update the definitions"? When i tried scanning it just kept saying it was the wrong version