Does Eset Protect against Malware if I install it on my PC?

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I have come across Esset Free Malware Removal Tool. Should I install it on my Computer?Does Eset Protect against Malware? I am fed up of Viruses and Malware. Someone, please tell me.

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Does Eset Protect against Malware if I install it on my PC?

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Hello,

The Free Malware Removing Utilities, including Esset, are not the kind of Applications that can protect a PC alone. These are not as Powerful as Norton, Escan, and Avast.

These Soft wares are used to minimize the risk of Viruses and Malware. You can install it on your PC and run it behind the Prominent Antivirus Soft wares like Norton.

I would suggest you not to waste money by buying stuff like these. The trial period of these Tools is more than enough. Install a Primary Antivirus Software with Esset. Do not let it operate alone.

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Does Eset Protect against Malware if I install it on my PC?

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ESET is another brand of computer antivirus and internet security software just like Norton, AVG, Sophos, Avira, and others. They offer security products that protect your system against viruses, malware, and other security threats. Unlike Sophos which offers one virus removal tool for all types of computer virus infections, ESET provides individual virus removal tool for specific type of infection.

If you want to try the virus removal tool that ESET offers, head down to their Stand-alone malware removal tools page and download a virus removal tool for a specific virus infection. Some examples of malware removal tools you can download:

  • ESET Rogue Applications Remover – this tool hasn’t been updated for a long time. The last update was back in 2012. For 32-bit, download ERAR x86. For 64-bit, download ERAR x64.
  • ACAD/Medre.A – this is intended for the “ACAD/Medre.A” worm. For more information about this infection, go to ACAD/Medre.A Technical Analysis. This tool was last updated on 2013.
  • Adware.SuperFish – this is intended for the Adware.SuperFish adware program that inserts ads into web pages. For more information about this infection, head down to Adware.SuperFish. This tool was last updated on 2016.
  • AES-NI – this tool is intended for the AES-NI ransomware infection which first surfaced around December of 2016. For more information about this infection, head down to AES-NI aka SOREBRECT Ransomware. This tool was last updated on 2017.

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