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05 February 2017

FREE software tools to remove malware

How to use FREE software tools to remove malware, spyware, and adware, including viruses, trojans, worms, pups, pums, backdoor agents, hijackers, rootkits, keyloggers, rogue software, etc. (Works with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista)


8. herdProtect:

7. TDSSKiller:
(Also try Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool:

6. ComboFix:
User Guide on how to use ComboFix:

5. AdwCleaner:

4. Junkware Removal Tool

3. Hitman Pro (Use 30 day trial):

2. SUPERAntiSpyware:

Pick and use ONE of these free antivirus programs and run a scan:
- Avast (Our Top Recommendation):
- Avira:
- AVG:
- Windows Defender (AKA Microsoft Security Essentials) If you are using Windows 7 or Vista download here: NOTE: Windows Defender is NOT the best protection and is only recommended when using a slow computer.
- Panda:

1. Malwarebytes Anti-malware:

NOTE: Click the following link for a tutorial on how to use Malwarebytes 3.0 for free which was released after this video was made:

Also if needed try Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit:
Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware

***Tips To Increase Computer Security & Online Safety***

- Free internet filter (Provides parental controls AND filters out malware related websites):

- Free password vault:

- Use strong passwords and NEVER use same password twice. Example of a good password: 8#\$NuPnv74[;@4

- Use A Virtual Private Network: (VPN)
Option 1:
Option 2:
Option 3:
Option 4:
Option 5:

- Do NOT use public Wi-Fi without a VPN (Starbucks, Airport, etc.).

- Do NOT access personal accounts, including email, social media, and bank accounts, while using an internet connection provided by an employer and/or school.

- NEVER access personal accounts, including email, social media, messaging apps, or bank accounts, while using a device (computer, tablet or phone) that is owned by someone else, including an employer or school.

- Make sure your home network is password protected. This means that if a password is NOT required to connect to your home wireless internet (wifi), you must contact your Internet Service Provider (the company you pay for internet service) immediately, and tell them you need help setting up a strong password.

- Always use two step verification when available, especially on social media and email accounts - Example:

- Use two email accounts (1st for personal contact only, 2nd to be used for everything else, including when signing up for various things such as social media).

- NEVER open an email from an unknown sender.

- Encrypt your hard drive. See how here:

- Do NOT post or give out personal information, especially on social media. (Personal information includes: first name, last name, age, gender, location (past or present), address, phone number, email address, employer, school, names of family members, friends, co-workers, or acquaintances)

- Be extremely cautious as to what photos you post (We recommend you do NOT post any photos on social media).

- Make sure privacy settings on your social media accounts are set to highest option available

- NEVER publish posts on social media the display your location, especially when posting photos.

- Do NOT accept friend requests (or followers) on any social media from people you do not personally know and trust.

- ALWAYS cover ALL web cams when NOT in use.