Security Software Antivirus Software 9-lab Removal Tool x64

9-lab Removal Tool x64 1.0.0.19 Beta for Windows

by 9-lab Corporation

Avg. Rating 3.3 (7 votes)

File Details

File Size 9.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 7,354
Publisher 9-lab Corporation
Homepage 9-lab Removal Tool
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Publisher's Description

9-Lab Removal Tool stands for the standalone multi-functional malware scanning utility that is able to professionally detect and get rid of viruses, rootkits, unveil hidden infections and malicious registry keys that are concealed deep within a system. The software is 100% configurable, applies the latest heuristic approaches to identify previously unknown malwares, features the most innovative spyware removal capabilities and is able to identify hidden drivers and services loaded during system launching.

Database and heuristics modules are updated on a regular basis, allowing you to protect your workstation against the latest infections and related malware threats, as well as improvements to 9-Lab Removal Tool functionality. By running Update regularly, you can help maintain your system free of new threats.

9-Lab Removal Tool is a software that is completely free with no hidden charges and unexpected offers to invest additional funds.

Latest Reviews

paulperry

paulperry reviewed v1.0.0.19 Beta on Aug 24, 2013

4 out of 5!

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v1.0.0.16 Beta on May 21, 2013

Had the same issue as Lord with UAC a month later - I'm not sure where this program is from but as they can't spell compatibility correctly & with dubious grammar I do wonder as to their professionalism (read the 'Permanent Protection' page) - It found nothing but the FP mentioned above so time will tell? For now I don't trust it one iota.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v1.0.0.14 Beta on Apr 26, 2013

Immediately detected the user account control (UAC) that comes with windows as a hack threat. Really? UAC was turned off on this machine administratively and intentionally, but it detected something that is built into the OS as a protective measure as a hack tool. That single function right there makes this tool utterly useless. Its solution is to "clean" the registry attached to it rather than notify as a "potential threat"... fix this, and we can take another look.

gatorfan95

gatorfan95 reviewed v1.0.0.14 Beta on Apr 26, 2013

I'm a huge fan of Malwarebytes, but I'm always up to try something new. Installation was seamless, the database updates automatically and there is a place in Settings where you can have it update automatically when you start the program or have it notify you if an update is available if you choose not to have it auto update. Quick scan took about 2 minutes and found one Trojan (Trojan.32.muss). Full scan took about 12 minutes and found 5 more (Trojan.general.ak). Removal places detected threats in "Quarantine", where they can either be deleted or restored. System shut down and restart found no issues with the files removed. I'm impressed with it's ease of use and speed. I'm giving it a 5.

@-Lord- I did not have the problem you described at all.

Avg. Rating 3.3 (7 votes)
Your Rating
paulperry

paulperry reviewed v1.0.0.19 Beta on Aug 24, 2013

4 out of 5!

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v1.0.0.16 Beta on May 21, 2013

Had the same issue as Lord with UAC a month later - I'm not sure where this program is from but as they can't spell compatibility correctly & with dubious grammar I do wonder as to their professionalism (read the 'Permanent Protection' page) - It found nothing but the FP mentioned above so time will tell? For now I don't trust it one iota.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v1.0.0.14 Beta on Apr 26, 2013

Immediately detected the user account control (UAC) that comes with windows as a hack threat. Really? UAC was turned off on this machine administratively and intentionally, but it detected something that is built into the OS as a protective measure as a hack tool. That single function right there makes this tool utterly useless. Its solution is to "clean" the registry attached to it rather than notify as a "potential threat"... fix this, and we can take another look.

gatorfan95

gatorfan95 reviewed v1.0.0.14 Beta on Apr 26, 2013

I'm a huge fan of Malwarebytes, but I'm always up to try something new. Installation was seamless, the database updates automatically and there is a place in Settings where you can have it update automatically when you start the program or have it notify you if an update is available if you choose not to have it auto update. Quick scan took about 2 minutes and found one Trojan (Trojan.32.muss). Full scan took about 12 minutes and found 5 more (Trojan.general.ak). Removal places detected threats in "Quarantine", where they can either be deleted or restored. System shut down and restart found no issues with the files removed. I'm impressed with it's ease of use and speed. I'm giving it a 5.

@-Lord- I did not have the problem you described at all.

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