Security Software Antivirus Software Kaspersky Rescue Disk

Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10.0.32.17 for Windows

by Kaspersky Lab

Avg. Rating 4.3 (53 votes)

File Details

File Size 307.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 13,123
Publisher Kaspersky Lab
Homepage Kaspersky Rescue Disk

Publisher's Description

Kaspersky Rescue Disk is a safe way to remove viruses from a computer without the risk of getting infecte. Boot from the Kaspersky Rescue Disk to scan and remove threats from an infected computer without the risk of infecting other files or computers.

Burn this ISO image to a CD, insert it into the infected system's CD-ROM drive, enter the PC's BIOS, set it to boot from the CD and reboot the computer.

Latest Reviews

cyberknutt

cyberknutt reviewed v07.06.2011 on Jun 13, 2011

Download now did not download now but sent me to some "regnow" page.

Input Overload

Input Overload reviewed v07.06.2011 on Jun 9, 2011

Failed the only time I have had to use it. Believe this or not but the Norton... yes Norton Malware Remover was the only program that removed a Rootkit / Boot Virus from my sons PC.

So sorry chaps but 1 star.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v07.06.2011 on Jun 7, 2011

you have to own it and have it installed on your hard drive in order to get the latest definitions
that will make it 1 star

Kirstenjazz

Kirstenjazz reviewed v23.01.2011 on Jan 25, 2011

Nice post and i like it.
http://www.articlesbase....his-summer-4082987.html

some guy

some guy reviewed v10.0.23.29 on Oct 1, 2010

bunch oh rescue disks can be found here
http://www.raymond.cc/bl...or-the-best-rescue-disk/

GadgetPig

GadgetPig reviewed v10.0.23.29 on Sep 30, 2010

USB version here:

http://devbuilds.kaspers...RescueDisk10/Rescue2usb/

Standard CD ISO here:

http://devbuilds.kaspers.../devbuilds/RescueDisk10/

ninjeratu

ninjeratu reviewed v10.0.23.14 Beta on Jul 25, 2010

Haven't actually tried it, just wanted to give And| some information.
I certainly found information about it on Kaspersky's site. I wonder what you searched for.
Here's the FAQ and support page:
http://support.kaspersky.com/viruses/rescuedisk

cool_guy

cool_guy reviewed v10.0.23.14 Beta on Jul 24, 2010

some_guy, what do you mean you can't update the definitions? You don't need a USB key to do that. It was quite a few months ago since I used it last time BUT as far as I remember, I am pretty sure it creates a RAM drive - disk drive/partition using your computer's RAM and updates are saved on that disk. It is exactly the same as if was saved on a hard disk except that the data is there for the current session only. This concept has been used everywhere on LIVE CDs. Anyone? correct me if I am wrong :)

And|

And| reviewed v10.0.23.14 Beta on Jul 24, 2010

Try and search for this on kaspersky.com. Nothing will be found. Strange.

some guy

some guy reviewed v10.0.23.4 Test on Jul 21, 2010

the concept is great but the poor part you cant update the definitions list as stated below USB would be better at least you would have a chance to update the definitions, could try to extract the ISO to a usb and set bios to boot off usb and see what happens

Avg. Rating 4.3 (53 votes)
Your Rating
cyberknutt

cyberknutt reviewed v07.06.2011 on Jun 13, 2011

Download now did not download now but sent me to some "regnow" page.

Input Overload

Input Overload reviewed v07.06.2011 on Jun 9, 2011

Failed the only time I have had to use it. Believe this or not but the Norton... yes Norton Malware Remover was the only program that removed a Rootkit / Boot Virus from my sons PC.

So sorry chaps but 1 star.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v07.06.2011 on Jun 7, 2011

you have to own it and have it installed on your hard drive in order to get the latest definitions
that will make it 1 star

Kirstenjazz

Kirstenjazz reviewed v23.01.2011 on Jan 25, 2011

Nice post and i like it.
http://www.articlesbase....his-summer-4082987.html

some guy

some guy reviewed v10.0.23.29 on Oct 1, 2010

bunch oh rescue disks can be found here
http://www.raymond.cc/bl...or-the-best-rescue-disk/

GadgetPig

GadgetPig reviewed v10.0.23.29 on Sep 30, 2010

USB version here:

http://devbuilds.kaspers...RescueDisk10/Rescue2usb/

Standard CD ISO here:

http://devbuilds.kaspers.../devbuilds/RescueDisk10/

ninjeratu

ninjeratu reviewed v10.0.23.14 Beta on Jul 25, 2010

Haven't actually tried it, just wanted to give And| some information.
I certainly found information about it on Kaspersky's site. I wonder what you searched for.
Here's the FAQ and support page:
http://support.kaspersky.com/viruses/rescuedisk

cool_guy

cool_guy reviewed v10.0.23.14 Beta on Jul 24, 2010

some_guy, what do you mean you can't update the definitions? You don't need a USB key to do that. It was quite a few months ago since I used it last time BUT as far as I remember, I am pretty sure it creates a RAM drive - disk drive/partition using your computer's RAM and updates are saved on that disk. It is exactly the same as if was saved on a hard disk except that the data is there for the current session only. This concept has been used everywhere on LIVE CDs. Anyone? correct me if I am wrong :)

And|

And| reviewed v10.0.23.14 Beta on Jul 24, 2010

Try and search for this on kaspersky.com. Nothing will be found. Strange.

some guy

some guy reviewed v10.0.23.4 Test on Jul 21, 2010

the concept is great but the poor part you cant update the definitions list as stated below USB would be better at least you would have a chance to update the definitions, could try to extract the ISO to a usb and set bios to boot off usb and see what happens

Budgie29

Budgie29 reviewed v10.0.23.4 Test on Jul 19, 2010

usb key would be very usefull

driver8

driver8 reviewed v20080611 Test on Jun 18, 2008

quick to download (81mb)
easy to burn (ISO using nero)
boots up quite quickly into linux os
nice GUI, with a few basic options

BUT app loads with a warning that the definitions are out of date - presumably this works best with a full version already installed.

Anyone know how to use the latest defs file with this ? (I've downloaded & googled, but cannot find instructions, maybe it's not possible ?) Or anyone know how effective this would be running as is ?

some guy

some guy reviewed v20080611 Test on Jun 17, 2008

look at the date June 08 lol

victor4461

victor4461 reviewed v20080611 Test on Jun 16, 2008

Looks Promising, easy to run, fast scans its Kaspersky Anti- virus 2009, searches for

*Viruses and worms*trojan prgrams* adware*
*auto Dialers* other malware* suspicious compressed files* multi packed objects

i give it a thumbs up since its FREE and comes from a reputable company

BCTech

BCTech reviewed v20080611 Test on Jun 16, 2008

Kaspersky's effective antivirus in a bootable rescue disk? And free to boot? Sounds like a deal!

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