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IObit Malware Fighter Free review - TechRadar India

IObit Malware Fighter Free review - TechRadar India


IObit Malware Fighter Free review - TechRadar India

Posted: 11 Dec 2019 12:00 AM PST

San Francisco-based IObit is best known as a popular developer of PC maintenance utilities, including IObit Uninstaller, Advanced SystemCare and Driver Booster.

IObit Malware Fighter is the company's free antivirus and anti-malware scanner.

The package is designed to run alongside an existing antivirus, rather than replace it, and so the feature list is, well, short. There's on-demand scanning and limited real-time protection via IObit's own engine, and bonus tools protect your browser home page and DNS from hijacking, but that's it.

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IObit has saved all the good stuff for its commercial Malware Fighter Pro edition. Bitdefender engine; full real-time protection; specialist anti-ransomware layer; behavior monitoring; detection of malware running in RAM; blocking unauthorized access to your webcam; they're all available, if you're willing to pay the price ($20 to cover one device for one year, $40 on renewal.)

If that sounds interesting, check out our IObit Malware Fighter Pro review to find out more. But here, we're going to explore the free edition to get a feel for what it can do.

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