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Trojan Remover 6.9.5 Build 2981

Trojan Remover helps with the evacuation of Malware - Trojan Horses, Worms, Adware, Spyware - when the standard enemy of infection programming either neglects to recognize them or neglects to dispose of them actually.

Standard antivirus programs are great at identifying this Malware, yet not generally so great at actually eliminating it. Trojan Remover explicitly incapacitates and eliminates Malware without the client having to physically alter framework records or the Registry.

The program likewise eliminates the extra framework changes some Malware does which are overlooked by standard antivirus and trojan scanners. It checks ALL the documents stacked at boot time for Adware, Spyware, Remote Access Trojans, Internet Worms and other malware.

This Anti-Trojan application additionally verifies whether Windows loads Services which are concealed by Rootkit methods and cautions you assuming it sees any.

For each distinguished Trojan Horse, Worm, or other malware, the program springs up an alarm screen which shows the document area and name. It offers to eliminate the program's reference from the framework documents and permits you to rename the record to stop its actuation.

At the point when it finds Malware that is memory-occupant, Trojan Remover consequently re-begins (on demand) your framework. Then totally DISABLES the Malware before Windows restarts.


The program composes a point-by-point log file each time it plays out a sweep. This log file contains data on which projects load at boot-time, and imagine a scenario where (any) activities Trojan Remover did. You can view and print the log file utilizing Notepad.


Trojan Remover is set to naturally examine for Malware each time you start your PC. You can impair this programmed filter on the off chance that you wish.

Changes in Trojan Remover 6.9.5 Build 2980:
Main Program 6.9.5.2980, FastScan 6.9.5.1373, Updater 2.0.1.1150
  • BootExecute checks are modified to handle Unicode entries.
  • Main Program no longer requires Administrator rights when run by a non-Admin User – this ensures that settings, exclusions etc. are correctly set at a per-user level.
  • If an invalid Username/Key combination was entered when registering or renewing, an “Unknown Error” message would be displayed. This was a mistake, the correct specific reasons for failure are now shown again.
  • Updater now uses HTTPS connections when available.
  • All Update Servers added back into the XP version so it no longer only uses just one server.

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