Emsisoft the developers of Emsisoft Anti-Malware have released Emsisoft Emergency Kit v 3.0. The free program consists of four powerful tools. Emsisoft Emergency Kit includes the world’s only free dual-engine scanner and is able to reliably detect and remove malware on Windows-based computers.
Emsisoft Emergency Kit 3.0
The new version 3.0 boosts performance and detection rates by replacing one scan engine, which now uses Emsisoft + BitDefender scan engines. The rescue package includes Emsisoft Emergency Kit Scanner, Emsisoft Commandline Scanner, Emsisoft HiJackFree and Emsisoft BlitzBlank. It can be used as a portable tool to detect and remove malware by simply starting it directly from a USB stick or CD without the need for installation.
- With the Emsisoft Emergency Kit Scanner you can scan the infected PC for Viruses, Trojans, Spyware, Adware, Worms, Dialers, Keyloggers and other malign programs. Great to have a second antivirus scanner on your computer.
- Emsisoft Commandline Scanner does the same job as the Emergency Kit Scanner but without a graphical user interface. It is meant for professional users and can be used for batch jobs.
- Emsisoft HiJackFree will help advanced users to detect and remove Malware manually but going through all the active processes, services, drivers, autoruns, open ports, hosts file entries and more.
- Emsisoft BlitzBlank will help you delete files, registry entries and drivers at boot time before Windows and all other programs are loaded.
Emsisoft Emergency Kit is still the only free malware scanner in the world with a dual-engine. It utilizes almost 12 million signatures and runs as fast as a single scan engine due to the removal of redundant signatures.
Emsisoft Emergency Kit 3.0 features in a nutshell:
- Completely new second scan engine from BitDefender
- Significantly less false alerts
- New performance settings let you control the CPU usage of the scanner
- Optimized malware cleaning makes it possible to restore affected or corrupted registry entries
- Faster online updates via small incremental downloads.