Security is obviously a key priority in all areas of computing, on a small or large scale. Malicious software has many guises, yet most applications boast they can identify even the very latest threats. Some applications or suites will also provide a number of fairly useless 'security' tools, hoping to make consumers believe they are necessary when all that's really needed is a functional and unobtrusive security application.
Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool 2.1 is a freeware application designed to identify and remove the latest threats to your Windows operating system. You can manually run scans and view a full report on screen. Use the Microsoft website to ensure you have the latest version.
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