JuskoTech Protect-All Virus recovery flash drive / disk

Hello everyone! I have been getting lots of viruses, especially rootkits, recently, and I wanted to do something about it. So I created this. This is an iso file that you can burn to a disk, usb drive, or mount with a virtual drive system like PowerISO. It contains specialized tools like anti spyware, anti malware / antivirus, and i put some emphasis on anti rootkit. Most people don't realize it, but rootkits cause a lot of your spyware, and work in the backround to send information to their creator. They change file names and locations, and are very hard to remove.

This ISO contains:

ClamWin Antivirus
Emsisosoft Emergency Kit

Anti Rootkit:
Malwarebytes Anti Rootkit
Norton Power Eraser
aswMBR ( avast anti rootkit)
Kapersky anti rootkit
GMER anti rootkit

Anti Spyware:
Spybot Search + Destroy

Recovery tools (For when you simply can't boot into windows to remove the virus)

PuppyLinux Live ISO(Install Avast)

Speed up system(if you don't have a virus but your computer is slow)

Glary Utilities

Note: You need an ISO editior, I recommened freeware PowerISO.

I also included a readme file to tell you what to do, what tools to use, and when to do what.

(Link removed as it can't be vetted.)


I do not own any of these tools, and am simply distributing them as freeware software with all rights subjected to the creator of each piece of software / iso.

I will regularly update this tool, please leave a support post! Thanks!

Post was last edited on September 30, 2015 8:18 AM PDT

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Odd you would include things that have damaged OSes there.

I guess you have good intentions but "Speed up system" tools have created more problems than they solved. As the forums don't allow promotions like this the link has been removed but let's hope you don't get hit with a lawsuit about your collection wiping out a PC. It does happen.

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Re: collection

Wouldn't it be better to just download the guaranteed latest version from the makers site or from in stead of downloading a too big collection of possible outdated files?


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