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Put our record award-winning software to the test with our no-obligation, 30-day trial offer. Download a fully-functional test version of your preferred G DATA security solution for free. Familiarise yourself with all its features and functions and be amazed by the capabilities of the G DATA security suite.

G DATA QR Code Scanner (8,2 MB)

It has never been easier to save a business card, to send a pre-formulated SMS or to receive an URL of an exiting event: QR codes pass concentrated information wrapped up in little black and white rectangles. But beside useful links and vCards sometimes malware and malicious downloads hide behind these codes. With the G DATA QR codes are not only handy but safe. The encoded informations will only be used, if the scanner has checked and approved it. The G DATA QR Code Scanner is simply secure – and free of advertising.

The G DATA QR Code Scanner is available for G DATA Mobile Internet Security full and light version. Get it now – it´s free.

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G DATA Clean up (16,79 MB)

Clean up removes Adware, tool bars and plug-ins from your browser as well as other "Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUP)", which cannot be uninstalled in a regular way. It just takes a few clicks – no installation required. For more information about "Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUP)", watch our video or download the whitepaper that our G DATA experts have compiled for you.

G DATA BootMedium (221,31 MB)

The G DATA boot medium is a practical aid for detecting viruses that have already embedded themselves on your computer prior to installing the antivirus software. In the current version the boot medium is also capable of restoring all backups created with G DATA solutions (only available in the Total Protection solution). The download file is an ISO file, i.e. it must either be burnt to a CD/DVD or be mounted via a virtual drive so it can be used from a USB stick for example. You can download the boot medium in the "Tools" download area.


G DATA Antivirus FOR MAC - UNINSTALL (164,18 MB)

Download this setup file to uninstall the previous version of G DATA Antivirus FOR MAC. Please open the file and start the uninstall process.


G DATA FakeAVCleaner "System Tool"> (542 KB)

The G DATA FakeAVCleaner “System Tool” removes FakeAV of the “System Tool” type and related types. Note that the G DATA FakeAVCleaner “System Tool” has to be executed with the Windows user account that is infected. As the FakeAV “System Tool” shuts down all user-initiated programs which do not have any kind of ‘reserved’ name, like explorer.exe, winlogon.exe or svchost.exe and many more, the file name for the G DATA FakeAVCleaner is svchost.exe.

Quarantine Generation 2011 (262,84 KB)

This version is for G DATA products of generation 2011 and later. This tool enables you to work with files that have been placed in quarantine. These quarantined files have the extension *.q and can be found on the client in the folder "C:\Program files\Common files\G DATA\AVKScanner\QBase" or on the server in "C:\Program files\G DATA\AVK ManagementServer\QBase". You can for example place infected mail archives into a new folder and continue working.

AVCleaner (401,51 KB)

You need this tool to completely uninstall your G DATA security solution (e.g. to reinstall it). AntiVirus Cleaner deletes from your system all remains of the program which were not removed by a simple uninstall.

G DATA USB KEYBOARD GUARD (11,35 MB)

The USB KEYBOARD GUARD is an add-on that protects you from the most likely form of USB attack: USB devices pretending to be keyboards. If a new keyboard is detected by the system, access is initially denied and a pop-up is displayed. You can then check in your own time whether this really is a keyboard, and either grant or deny access permanently. You can download the software for free.

Mon Activity CS (473,99 KB)

The MonActivity tool enables you to monitor the activity of the AVK-guard in the background. This can be helpful to analyze performance problems. You can run this tool in real time during "normal" activity, and then try to reproduce the problem. Or you can run it for half an hour with the hitlist function and then refresh the view to see if a specific process pops up all the time. Defining an exception for a specific type of files might solve the problem in that case.