The disks for Virus Rescue can be used in situations where your antivirus software has stopped functioning. They’re available from several antivirus companies, and they’re simple to use. Users can modify the method of checking the system.
Some offer a more familiar desktop experience Some offer users with a collection of additional utilities. Kaspersky’s Rescue Disk, as an example, is powered by Xfce Linux and includes Firefox, Thumar File Manager, and a couple of other applications which are useful for various uses. This rescue disk also includes the ability to select specific files for scanning service, or specify if you prefer to have it skip files over an amount of size.
Other rescue disks have less advanced interfaces, like Trend Micro’s. It doesn’t have an interface with graphical user interface, and you must navigate with the arrow keys. This basic rescue disc makes up for the lack of features by being small and boasting a great track record in detecting malware in AV-Comparatives’ real-world protection testing.
ESET’s SysRescue Live is a fantastic alternative for those looking for a more user friendly interface. It has one of the best-rounded and polished interfaces on this list. It’s built on the same antivirus engine as ESET’s full-featured software and its graphical interface offers plenty of customization options to pick from, such as the option of a smart or custom scan, setting exclusions, and choosing whether to run the scan in a quick or deep mode.