From Kaspersky Labs
Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool 2011 is a free software intended to disinfect infected computers, removing viruses, Trojans, and spyware, as well as any other types of malware. Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool 2011 uses the same highly efficient algorithms for detecting malware as Kaspersky Anti-Virus. Algorithms include a full-functional anti-virus scanner, technologies developed for detecting vulnerabilities in installed applications and operating systems, and a technology for running scripts intended for removing complex and compound viruses. The utility can be used as a free anti-virus software.
Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool 2011 is not intended for real-time protection of computer. After the disinfection of the computer is complete, the application should be uninstalled from the hard drive and replaced with the real-time protection anti-virus:
Kaspersky Internet Security
InformationKaspersky Virus Removal Tool 2011 provides no update function. The up-to-date version of the application with the latest version of anti-virus databases is always available on the website of Kaspersky Lab Technical Support service.
The application is absolutely free.
Simple application interface.
- Technical support is provided only for users of Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Internet Security and Kaspersky PURE. If you are not a user of a Kaspersky Lab product, then in order to get technical support available for Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool 2011, visit Kaspersky Lab official forum branch Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool 2011.
- You can contact the service http://avs-911.com which is supported by not Kaspersky Lab specialists volunteer consultants. By applying to the service you agree that Kaspersky Lab is not responsible for actions and possible causes appeared after performed actions.
- Unguided creation of scripts can result in a data loss or crippled computer.
- Having virus on your computer is always a risk of crippling it or losing data. Kaspersky Lab does not take any responsibility for the possible harm inflicted by virus during disinfection.