Adaware, a product of cybersecurity firm Lavasoft, (formerly known as Ad-Aware) It is designed to fight the various types of malware and privacy infringements of which a lot of consumers are not aware. This includes programs that track your browsing habits, courses that hijack the start page of your browser and apps that display annoying advertising at the most unsettling times. This program is free and comes with a number of features that increase your device’s security and ensure that it runs smoothly.
Adaware detected most of the malware that we threw its way. However, it had trouble removing certain malware. The program comes with a number of helpful extras such as a privacy monitor an adaware registry scanner, file shredder, and advanced monitoring of networks. Adaware doesn’t offer as much protection as the best antivirus software.
The last time adaware participated in AV-Test lab tests, it was able to block only ninety-five. The threat rate was 4% for 0-day threats and 97% of known risks. These aren’t terrible scores, but they’re not anywhere near the top security suites.
Anyone who wants adware to perform better should consider alternatives. We particularly recommend Kaspersky and Bitdefender that are known for their reliability in real-world tests. Additionally, only Pro and Total plan users receive access to online technical and customer support, which could be a bit disappointing to some users. The company does provide a range of information and Frequently Asked Questions on www.programworld.org/eset-antivirus-review its website, but.