ESET's AV Removal tool

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Minimalist, Feb 1, 2014.

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  1. Minimalist

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    The links above point to removal instructions for particular av products. The tool referred in the ESET's KB article detects the currently installed AV and runs the uninstaller.
     
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    The links above point to:
     
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    I was referring to the statement "this is not new here in forum". I thought that this was the first post about a tool detecting an installed AV product and running its uninstaller.
     
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    Idd i was refering to his cite, not his link. even the thread topic is about eset av removal tool, not about the removal tools for malware (in general).
     
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    OK, just to clarify. I shared a link to ESET's site that is hosting their tool which can identify installed AV and remove it. On same page they also have a list of links to other AV's manual uninstallers. I did not find relevant threads using Search, so I posted the link.

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    Exactly. It's a brand new tool, not something old :)
     
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