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Adaware Review – Does Ad-Aware Really Work?

By NanaAdmin, Posted on 27/08/2023

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Adware is a type of malware that is installed on your computer with no awareness. It will then track your computer to determine what you are looking for and then show ads that are relevant to those searches. This can lead to many unwanted ads which can be distracting and slow down your computer. It can also pose serious security health, privacy, and security dangers. Adware can be used to collect data from you and then sell it to marketers.

The company behind adaware is Lavasoft that has been in operation for a long time, and is the creator of legitimate antivirus software solutions. It is easy to install and does not need you to uninstall your current antivirus. Once installed, you’ll be able to run a quick, complete or custom scan and update the software on the main dashboard.

There are three plans available that include adaware: free Pro and Total. The free plan comes with real-time protection, download security but does not have an blocking ads. The Pro version is more robust and comes with unlimited tech support, as well as web and email protection and a robust firewall. It also includes an electronic lock, a parental control and file shredder.

In AV-Comparatives’ Real-World Protection Tests, Ad-aware was able to block 95.4% of malware samples but only 97% in zero-day detection tests. While these results might seem decent, they are not exactly impressive in comparison to the top contenders in the industry. Both the Pro and Total versions of this antivirus come with a 30 day money back guarantee.

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