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McAfee Consumer Product Removal tool (MCPR) v10.2.324.0
McAfee Consumer Product Removal tool (MCPR) v10.2.324.0 Running the McAfee Consumer Product Removal tool (MCPR.exe) removes all versions of McAfee consumer products. IMPORTANT: If your McAfee products were preinstalled by the manufacturer of your computer, ensure that you activate your McAfee subscription before uninstalling. Reinstalling from a CD or download only installs your McAfee consumer applications, but might not recover your paid subscription term information. Step 1 - Uninstall your McAfee consumer products using Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click Add or Remove Programs. Select the McAfee SecurityCenter product. Click Remove and follow the steps provided. Windows Vista \ 7 Click Start, Search, type Programs and Features, and click Go. Double-click Programs and Features. Select the McAfee SecurityCenter product. Click Uninstall and follow the steps provided. Step 2 - Download and run MCPR.exe Download the removal tool from Click Save and save the file to a folder on your computer. Navigate to the folder where the file was saved. Make sure all McAfee windows are closed. Double-click MCPR.exe to run the removal tool. Restart your computer after receiving the message CleanUp Successful. Your McAfee product will not be fully removed until the system is restarted. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 6,048 Nov 13, 2020
McAfee
EXE McAfee GetSusp v3.0.0.640
McAfee GetSusp v3.0.0.640 McAfee GetSusp is intended for users who suspect undetected malware on their computer. GetSusp eliminates the need for deep technical knowledge of computer systems to isolate undetected malware. It does this by using a combination of heuristics and querying the McAfee Global Threat Intelligence (GTI) File Reputation database to gather suspicious files. Features Delivered as a single executable file with no installation required. Option to run in different modes – GUI and command line. Leverages GTI File Reputation to determine if the sample is suspicious. Records system and installed McAfee product information date of execution and details of suspected files. GetSusp supports Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016 and Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 (up to RS4). This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,645 Oct 14, 2020
McAfee
McAfee Rootkit Remover 0.8.9.209
McAfee Rootkit Remover 0.8.9.209 McAfee Rootkit Remover is a stand-alone utility used to detect and remove complex rootkits and associated malware. Currently it can detect and remove ZeroAccess, Necurs and TDSS family of rootkits. McAfee Labs plans to add coverage for more rootkit families in future versions of the tool. How do you use RootkitRemover? Download the latest version of RootkitRemover When prompted, choose to save the file to a convenient location on your hard disk, such as your Desktop folder. When the download is complete, navigate to the folder that contains the downloaded RootkitRemover file, and run it. It is best to run the tool in Administrator mode. The tool then runs a window which shows the status of the process. The various stages are: Initializing Scanning Cleaning When the process is completed, it prompts the user to press any key to exit the tool. It is recommended to reboot the system and perform a full scan with the McAfee VirusScan to remove remnants of the infection that might still be left on the system. Frequently Asked Questions Q: What is the need for the RootkitRemover tool? A: RootkitRemover is not a substitute for a full anti-virus scanner. It is designed to detect and remove specific rootkit infections. Q: How to use the RootkitRemover tool? A: The tool can be run by either double clicking it or through the command-line. It is advisable to run a full system scan using McAfee VirusScan after removing any infection with the tool. Q: How do I save the scan results to a log file? A: The tool is designed to automatically save the report in the same folder as the tool is placed. Q: Why do I need to rescan with McAfee VirusScan? Would I need ...
5/5 3,280 Nov 13, 2019
McAfee Labs
McAfee Stinger with Real Protect v12.2.0.156
McAfee Stinger with Real Protect v12.2.0.156 McAfee Stinger is a standalone utility used to detect and remove specific viruses. It is not a substitute for full anti-virus protection, but a specialized tool to assist administrators and users when dealing with infected system. Details on new or enhanced signatures added with each Stinger build are listed in the Readme details. Stinger now includes Raptor - a real-time behavior detection technology that monitors suspicious activity on an endpoint. Raptor leverages machine learning and automated behavioral based classification in the cloud to detect zero-day malware in real-time. This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Stinger Release Notes 03 Build Number: 12.2.0.156 Build Date: 30-November-2020 Stinger 32bit MD5: 42d9f6ede9d3f5515d33fb8e61e3333c SHA1: 931321e8700b4446012a5d3c7dac3747efb8b814 Stinger-ePO 32bit MD5: b405dcbd77d7b424d67a6cee274968d5 SHA1: b5c8d22af1bc7ce372d93ba869f32c30de73cc4f Stinger 64bit MD5: df80760ca74ee8de3948ce6b4d3439f7 SHA1: 3132ebc77f24b0be1c0a224271e948e768526b9e Stinger-ePO 64bit MD5: c05967f241a38c4bc78ec00303fd80e0 ...
5/5 7,439 Dec 01, 2020
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