JEEFO Removal Tool crack/serial/keygen
JEEFO Removal Tool is a lightweight software application developed specifically for helping you detect and remove the Jeefo virus.
This type of virus, which may compromise your system security and functionality, infects Microsoft Windows portable executable items (PE file format), which store essential information related to API import and export tables and resource management data used in the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
|Systems||Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 2003, Win 2008|
Depending on the Windows version, the malicious threat may present different behaviors. It usually registers itself as a service called “PowerManager,” and in case the computer is infected with this virus its presence in the registry is signaled with the same value.
A manual threat removal is not recommended for this type of threat, and this is where JEEFO Removal Tool comes to lend you a hand.
The program is able to scan the computer for the infected files and corrupted registry keys, and delete the malicious entries. It offers support for a single scanning mode which may take some time to analyze each file stored in your computer. Of course, this pretty much depends on the size of your disk.
JEEFO Removal Tool Keygen gives you the possibility to pause or continue the scanning procedure, view the identified threats directly in the primary panel, and delete the selected ones.
Additionally, the tool comes packed with several functions designed to give you a hand when it comes to reset all browser settings for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome, and immunize the selected drive.
During our testing we have noticed that the app carries out the cleaning operation pretty quickly and without errors. However, it stresses up the CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer may be affected.
To sum things up, JEEFO Removal Tool offers a simple yet efficient software solution for helping you identify and delete Jeefo entries.
Giusy, 02 December 2017
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