Adaware Review – Does Adaware Really Work?

Adaware, a product from cybersecurity company Lavasoft, (formerly known as Ad-Aware) It is designed to combat the types of rogue apps and privacy invasions of which many consumers are unaware. This includes programs that track your surfing habits, courses that hijack the start page of your browser and applications that display irritating ads at the most inconvenient times. This free program offers various options that will increase your device’s security, and ensure it runs smoothly.

In our tests, adaware was able to recognize the majority of the malware we put at it. However, it was unable to assist in getting rid of certain malware. It does come with a number of helpful extras like a privacy monitoring tool, a registry scanner, a file shredder and advanced monitoring of network. Adaware isn’t as much protection as the top antivirus software.

The last time adaware took part in AV-Test lab tests, it was able to block only ninety-five. 4.4% of 0-day threats and 97% known risks. These aren’t bad scores but they don’t come close to what the best security suites can accomplish.

Adaware users seeking better performance should consider alternatives. We suggest Kaspersky and Bitdefender both of which are well-known for their reliable performance in real-world tests. Additionally only Pro and Total plan users get access to online technical and customer support, which may be a bit disappointing to some users. The company does offer a range of information and Frequently Asked Questions on its website.

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