Emsisoft Emergency USB Stick

The Emsisoft Emergency USB is a very powerful and handy free scanner to bring with you on a USB stick or thumb drive. It can be used to detect and remove trojans, spyware, adware, worms, dialers, keyloggers and other malign programs. This tool comes with a-squared free, command line scanner,  anti-malware, anti-dialer, HiJackFree and mamutu.

Emsisoft | Emergency USB Stick

Emsisoft Emergency USB Stick

Emsisoft Emergency Kit is a set of malware detection and removal tools. It includes a feature called "Emergency USB Stick," which is designed to create a bootable USB drive containing the Emsisoft Emergency Kit. This USB stick is useful for scanning and cleaning malware from a system that may be difficult to clean while the operating system is running.

Specifications | Official Site | Where to Download

  • Extracted Size: 110 MB
  • Authors Website: Project Page
  • Developer: Created by Emsi Software
  • License: Freeware (for private use)
  • Downloading: You can find this free scan tool here:
    Emergency USB Stick Download

How to use Emsisoft Emergency USB Stick

  1. Download and Install:
    • Download the Emsisoft Emergency Kit from the official website.
    • Install the kit on a clean computer.
  2. Create Emergency USB Stick:
    • Open the application.
    • Look for an option to create an Emergency USB Stick or Rescue USB.
  3. Follow the Wizard:
    • The software will likely guide you through a wizard to create the bootable USB stick.
    • Insert a USB drive into the computer when prompted.
  4. Boot from USB:
    • Insert the Emergency USB Stick into the infected computer.
    • Boot the infected computer from the USB drive. You may need to adjust the boot order in the BIOS or use a boot menu option to select the USB drive.
  5. Scan and Clean:
    • Once booted from the Emergency USB stick, the kit will run in a clean environment.
    • Use the tool to perform a thorough scan of the system and remove any detected malware.
  6. Follow On-Screen Instructions:
    • The interface will provide instructions and options for dealing with the detected threats.
  7. Remove USB and Reboot:
    • After the scan and cleaning process is complete, remove the USB device.
    • Reboot the computer normally.