When your computer is attacked by malware, it makes undesired changes to your system, specially to your web browsers. Most of the time these malware change your browser’s home page, add unwanted BHOs, change its search engine and make changes to Windows to disable many important tools like Registry editor, Internet Options etc. You can manually try to restore your web browser and system settings, but it takes many steps and use of advanced system tools which can be painful for most of the people. Luckily, you can now restore your web browser settings using the free Anvisoft Browser Security Tool.
You can download Anvisoft Browser Security Tool from the Anvisoft website. The download is a portable application of around 600 kilobytes in size. You do not have to install it, you can just double-click on it to execute it. The user interface of Anvisoft Browser Security Tool is very simple. All you have to do is select the options for a web browser and click on the big blue Fix button.
Although the interface is designed to support Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox too, but those sections do not work. If you try to click on these sections, you are shown a message that these browsers would be supported in the next version. Presently, only Microsoft Internet Explorer is supported. In addition to these options that you can use to restore web browsers settings, Browser Security Tool also allows you to change the DNS server of your NIC (Network Interface Card). You can also use our free tool DNS Server Tool for changing the DNS servers for your NIC cards.
Browser Repair Tool can also restore access to Registry Editor, restore browser default path, repair file associations, block Windows startup pop-ups and repair Windows IFEO (Image File Execution Options) hijacker to facilitate virus and malware removal. This tool should be a part of your arsenal if you want to help your friends recover fully from a malware attack.
You can download Anvisoft Browser Security Tool from http://www.anvisoft.com/.