I first heard about this on ghacks.
ESET’s Rogue Application Remover has been released yesterday. The free program has been designed to remove rogue applications from a Windows system and to remove changes that they have made to the operating system’s Registry. According to ESET, the application focuses mostly on “rogue applications that affect the operating system in a negative way ” and that ESET products may have difficulties removing thoroughly.
I’ve downloaded it on a couple of computers that I was pretty certain had some kind of malware, but ESET’s RAR found nothing. I don’t know if that means it doesn’t work, or if my computers didn’t have the specific sort of program it is going to detect. It certainly didn’t seem to do any harm, so it is worth a try I guess.