UnThreat AntiVirus Free Edition 2013 5.4.34

UnThreat AntiVirus Free Edition is full-featured anti-virus solution with capability of cleaning existing threats and preventing them at the time they appear with latest "on access" technology. The package is also bundled with anti-rootkit and mail cleaner.

UnThreat AntiVirus Free Edition features:

  • The highly effective Anti-Virus engine is built to instantly scan, detect and remove viruses, trojans, worms as well as other suspicious or unknown threats that reach your system through attachments, downloads or removable storage devices.
  • Active Protection component monitors all processes and files, and warns you of suspicious activities.
  • The anti-spyware component detects malicious software that may have been installed to track you or gather and steal sensitive information.
  • The e-mail protection component scans all e-mails, incoming and outgoing, for attached virus and other types of threats.

UnThreat AntiVirus Free Edition is using VIPRE engine (Sunbelt/GFI). Scandium Security Inc. aims to deliver the best protection with latest state-of-the-art antivirus technologies powered by Sunbelt.

Download: UnThreat AntiVirus Free Edition 2013 5.4.34 | 10.9 MB (Freeware)
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I agree with Copernic, I've been using the product since the 2012 version and the 2013 seems to be even more efficient, the fact that it's using a VIPRE engine should vouch for it's reliability . I don't mind the interface, I actually think it's easier to use without all the cosmetics!

Any of you guys have seen before a fake antivirus using a licensed av engine in this case VIPRE from Sunbelt? Because I don't. There's nothing wrong with UnThreat, if you ask me this is better than AVAST, AVG and AVIRA using less resources with less hassle.

HoochieMamma said,
Looks like one of those fake scanning tools that try and extort money out of you.

Indeed. What an ugly interface.