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Postby BlueWater on Mon Dec 26, 2011 7:26 pm

Safe Returner is an anti-malware security tool that aids users in the removal of malicious software from their Windows PC. The problem with many regular antivirus solutions is that they are often incapable of returning the system to its previous state. Most delete the malicious software just fine from the system but fail to repair the damage the infection has caused. That’s where Safe Returner comes into play.

Safe Returner in its core is a malware scanner that can detect all kinds of malware, from trojans over worms to spyware and rootkits. The program uses an heuristic approach to detect malware on the system.

Safe Returner examines all the system files, the Windows Registry and the programs and files loaded at boot time. The majority of malicious programs (once triggered) load this way. Safe Returner is designed specifically to disable/remove Malware without the user having to manually edit system files or the Registry. The program also removes the additional system modifications some Malware carries out which are ignored by standard antivirus and trojan scanners.
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pctools malware removal review

Postby BlueWater on Mon Dec 26, 2011 7:29 pm

Verdict

Safe Returner is like a fireman. It comes into play when the system is already infected, or when the user suspects that it is. The program is not used to protect a system 24/7 from possible threats, it is designed to eliminate threats that have slipped past those defenses. Users who are experiencing problems removing malware from their system should give Safe Returner a try, as it may very well do just that.
Safe Returner Installation.

Safe Returner Installation

The installation rushes by and users do not have to make a lot of choices here. It basically involves clicking the Next button a couple of times. Safe Returner requires no restart before it can be launched.

Windows 64-bit users need to know that the program does not appear to be fully compatible with the system. The Scan worked on our Windows 7 Professional 64-bit system though, but the Quick Scan at the startpage did not. It looped a found update – installed updated – found update process whenever the scan button was clicked.
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