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The new version of 12.x, eScan Antivirus Toolkit cleans Malware infections

MUMBAI, INDIA: eScan, a provider in Information Security solutions, today announced the launch of the eScan Antivirus Toolkit version 12.x.

The earlier free version of the eScan Antivirus Toolkit provided only the option of scanning systems for infection. Now with the version 12.x, eScan announced that the free eScan Antivirus Toolkit can also clean Malware infections, said a press release.

eScan Antivirus Toolkit is a very popular free utility that enables computer users to scan and clean Viruses, Spyware, Adware and any other Malware that may have infected their computer systems. The toolkit requires no installation and can be run directly from anywhere on the computer hard disk, USB Drive or from a CD ROM. It can also be run even if there is antivirus software installed on the computer. It also gets updated on a daily basis with the latest updates to detect recently release Spyware and Adware, plus the engine has been improvised for faster and intelligent detections and cleaning.

Govind Rammurthy, CEO and managing director, eScan said,” The eScan Toolkit Utility has been very popular as it provides the option to scan the computers for Malware without any installation required.” 

He further said that eScan Antivirus Toolkit users can now not only get to experience scanning performance of eScan, but can also experience its Malware cleaning technology. Users can also schedule a startup scan by adding the eScan Antivirus Toolkit to the Windows startup list of programs.

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