Where do you download BitDefender Rescue CD?
The link in the article leads to an "about" page with login prompt for registered users. Back-tracking to the "front door" of the site and forward from there, leads to downloads, and a page of freebies and another page of malware-specific cleaners, but no Rescue CD.
So far, I've downloaded, built, and am testing Avira, Kaspersky, AVG and Trinity Rescue Kit.
AVG is *very* easy to use, mainly because they've designed the UI as a well-thought-out wizard; Avira and Kaspersky pretty easy too, but sometimes you have to do a few manual things like checkbox the drives you want to scan, via their unfamiliar Linux names.
Trinity Rescue Kit is a different ballgame; you boot to a raw Linux command prompt, and have to smell your way from there.
Good luck with that, given how difficult it can be to simply find a text editor in an unfamiliar Linux... "notepad? edit? Edit? Er... gedit? aedit, bedit, cedit..." where the answer may be "It's gfeditplus, because in 1997 Gary Fredricks developed a great new editor and Fred Blob enhanced it to the Plus version but wasn't allowed to name it fbedit for some arcane political reason".
Well, that's Linux for ya
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