Virus rescue disks are a valuable tool that can be used to search for malware when your usual antivirus program is no longer working. They’re available from a number antivirus vendors and are simple to use. Users can alter how the program monitors the system.

Some offer a more familiar desktop experience Some offer users with a set of extra utilities. For instance, Kaspersky’s rescue disk is powered by the Xfce Linux desktop and features Firefox, Thumar File Manager and a variety of other apps that are able to be used for various purposes. The rescue disk also comes with the ability to select specific files to scan with the service or indicate if would like it to skip files of an amount of size.

Other rescue disks are less sophisticated, including Trend Micro’s, which doesn’t have a graphical interface and requires you to navigate with the arrow keys. This simple rescue disk, however, compensates for its lack of features with a small download size and a great track record when it comes to finding malware in the AV-Comparatives’ tests of real-world security.

For those looking for a more user-friendly alternative should look into ESET’s SysRescue Live, which features one of the most well-designed and polished interfaces on this list. It’s based upon the same antivirus engine that is used in the company’s full-featured program, and its graphical interface offers numerous options to choose from, including the ability to run a custom or smart scan, setting exclusions and choosing whether to run the scan in a quick or deep mode.

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