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SurfRight HitMan Pro 3 finds all malicious software that is active on your PC. In just minutes it finds and removes all viruses, spyware, Trojan horses, rootkits and other threats.
HitmanPro is an antimalware program that traditionally runs along with your Antivirus. It detects and destroys any malware that gets onto your machine.
Now Hitman has released a brand new program called HitmanPro.Alert. It’s an always-on software product that blocks malware from getting onto your PC in the first place. This is important because your antivirus may not be specialised enough to identify zero day exploits (not-yet known nasties) and also highly evolved malware like ransomware, where hackers are able to encrypt your computer and then ask you for a ransom to get access to your files again.