The FixMeStick PRO removes difficult infections, rootkits and bootkits. It contains an embedded multi-scanner powers by Avira, McAfee and Sophos and connects to the McAfee GTI to achieve up-to-the-second threat detection.
$299.99 MSRP • PC
PART NUMBER • FMS9ZAFPRO • UPC • 728028233261 SYSTEMS SUPPORTED: WINDOWS XP, VISTA, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 MINIMUM 512 MB OF RAM
$299.99 MSRP • MAC
PART NUMBER • FMS9ZAFPROMAC • UPC • 728028354980 SYSTEMS SUPPORTED: INTEL-BASED MAC SYSTEMS (2006 OR LATER) MINIMUM 512 MB OF RAM
EASY TO USE
The multi-scanner is integrated behind a single full-screen application.
The FixMeStick is set-up and ready to go right out of the box. No additional installation or downloading is required.
Any user can start with 2 steps: 1) Insert key, and 2) Double-click “FixMeStick”
Automatic updates are fetched and stored directly on the FixMeStick.
Any removal operation is 100% reversible with the click of a button.
Each scanner is loaded into RAM, and files are fetched from disk once and passed to each scanner in parallel. The result is a scan time on par with desktop “on-demand” full system scans. Only if each of the scanners fail to clean an infected file is that file quarantined.
The FixMeStick automatically seeks an Internet connection when it starts.
It has built-in ethernet drivers that support essentially all ethernet hardware.
Contains built-in WiFi drivers that support most WiFi hardware.
If the FixMeStick is booted from Windows (versus directly from the BIOS) the FixMeStick will automatically use the default WiFi SSID and password active on the Windows operating system (except on Vista).
If an auto-connection is not possible, the user can select their network from the WiFi picker that is displayed within FixMeStick.
Once a connection is established, the FixMeStick downloads program and malware definition updates and stores them on the FixMeStick.
The FixMeStick will work without a network connection, but it won’t be able to fetch the latest malware definition updates.
The FixMeStick uses a bootloader menu system to provide multiple boot configuration options, one of which will work on essentially any computer. Supports new UEFI firmware and Windows SecureBoot.