Question Is it worth to renew my HitmanPro subscription ?

JB007

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Hello,
I used HitmanPro during 4 years and analysed my PCs with it 2 times a month and the only "threats" detected are some cookies, AVG and Avast browser extensions and the CCleaner "malware" in 2017
My 3 years subscription is ending soon.
So I'm wondering if it is worth to renew my HitmanPro subscription ?
 

Gandalf_The_Grey

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Hello,
I used HitmanPro during 4 years and analysed my PCs with it 2 times a month and the only "threats" detected are some cookies, AVG and Avast browser extensions and the CCleaner "malware" in 2017
My 3 years subscription is ending soon.
So I'm wondering if it is worth to renew my HitmanPro subscription ?
Personally, I wouldn't renew and keep it as (free) on demand scanner.
 

Kongo

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Feb 25, 2017
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Hello,
I used HitmanPro during 4 years and analysed my PCs with it 2 times a month and the only "threats" detected are some cookies, AVG and Avast browser extensions and the CCleaner "malware" in 2017
My 3 years subscription is ending soon.
So I'm wondering if it is worth to renew my HitmanPro subscription ?
Not sure if it is still working, but you can just create an account with a 10-minute-mail and get a 30-day trial over and over again. So in case HMP finds any threats on your system you can simply create a new account to get them removed as the free version only provides scanning and no removal of detected infections. ;)
 

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