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Bootable Rescue Disks

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I am looking for bootable rescue disks that can be used for various purposes, such as malware removal, data recovery, diagnostics, etc. I already know of UBCD, F-Secure, Avira and Kaspersky disks but am looking for more. I would like them to be free of course. Malware removal disks are my primary focus, but others would be nice to have as well.
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the UBCD is so far the best i've seen....

it's built with Bart's PE...which you can use to make your own tools disk as well...you can put pretty much any application under the sun into a PE disk....you can also add pretty much anything to the UBCD
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