Wednesday 30 November 2022

Norton Power Eraser: Find and remove persistent malware


Norton Power Eraser is a small portable tool that will try to detect and remove malware from your PC. The way anti-virus programs work is generally cautious about what they remove from a computer, and of course it makes sense, of course one does not want to disable a useful and safe antivirus program because it has been mistaken for malware. The program works a little differently than usual and uses "aggressive" methods to find and remove malware on your computer. 

 Scan for unwanted applications

  • If you have a problem with an unwanted application click on the option Scan for unwanted applications, wait for the application to finish working and as soon as Norton Power Eraser completes the scan, the results will be displayed in a new window, if you now see an unwanted application or malicious toolbar click uninstall and follow the on-screen instructions. Once the uninstall is complete, restart the computer.
  • The choise System Scan we can use it in case we have a problem and can not find where it comes from, or if we want to generally check our operating system. Through this option the application scans our operating system and in case it finds some files that it considers suspicious it gives us the ability to delete them safely. 

    It is necessary to understand that Norton Power Eraser is not a real-time antivirus, however it is a very useful tool that can help us find dangerous software in the event that we are possibly infected in some way, but it can help us along with the indications and the existing antivirus on our computer to draw useful conclusions about files we consider suspicious.

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