Best bootable malware killers

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by mrapoc, Aug 20, 2012.

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  1. mrapoc

    mrapoc Registered Member

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    I aim to make a bootable usb with some of the best bootable tools out there.

    Which ones are worth having? The less I have to keep up to date the better (unless there is a built in update checker?!)

    Thanks
     
  2. TheKid7

    TheKid7 Registered Member

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    I have very little experience with cleaning Malware. However, I have made a bootable USB Flash Drive (made with YUMI) with four (4) Antivirus Rescue CD's installed on it. I selected to use only those four Antivirus Rescue CD's, based on other user feedback.

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=329466

    Which Antivirus Rescue CD is best? I think that depends on the Malware which has infected the PC. In my opinion, there is no real best Antivirus Rescue CD.
     
  3. mrapoc

    mrapoc Registered Member

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    yeah i knew there would be more than one for the best solution.

    i'll take a look at your list. and build from there.


    problem I have is that I'm anal about having everything up to date, but i'd be too lazy to chase down each app and update it on my usb stick. heh, be good if there was an update solution
     
  4. DX2

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    Sardu Disk is very helpful..You can choose more than 1 to boot from.

    Best ones I've used is DrWeb Cureit, Kaspersky Rescue Disk, Norton Power Eraser

    http://www.sarducd.it/
     
  5. Brandonn2010

    Brandonn2010 Registered Member

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    I use YUMI to create a bootable multiboot USB

    I like Kaspersky and BitDefender's disks, as they are the only ones I can easily connect to a wireless network on.
     
  6. ComputerSaysNo

    ComputerSaysNo Registered Member

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    Also use YUMI here. Best are Kaspersky, Dr Web, Bitdefender, AVG & AVIRA
     
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