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Malwarebytes buys tool for removing unwanted programs
Malwarebytes, the company behind the eponymous anti-malware program, the maker of a tool has to remove so-called ‘junk true’ acquired for an undisclosed sum. The acquired technology will be integrated into Malwarebytes.
The software is called True Junk Removal Tool, a program on one computer to unwanted programs hunts. This relates in particular to adware, spyware and annoying toolbars. True Junk Removal Tool has been downloaded millions of times.
Malwarebytes wants the technology of the tool within a few months to integrate into its own antimalware program, so is there in a press release. The company also acquired the developer of the program. The True Junk Removal Tool will remain available for those who want to use.
Malwarebytes is tweakers at a known anti-malware solution. The program is aimed at fighting malware, but is primarily intended for the removal of malicious software that masquerades as legitimate antivirus or antispyware solution. Last week came the latest version.Viewing:-166
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