Quickly detects, eliminates and blocks malicious programs from modifying system settings, with support for adware, Trojans and keyloggers
|Updated||Aug 6th 2013|
Rizonesoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||11.7 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8|
Datum Malware Cleaner intuitively identifies, removes and prevents malware agents from infiltrating into your system. It covers spyware, adware, Trojans, keyloggers, bots and worms, among other e-threats.
The app does not include an installer, making it portable. This way, you can copy the program files to any location on the HDD and run the executable directly.
Otherwise, you may store Datum Malware Cleaner on a removable storage unit and run it on any workstation in just a few clicks.
What's more, the utility does not add new entries to the Windows Registry, Start menu or any other area of the hard drive.
The interface is made from a standard window with a clean layout, where you can select the target drive and scanner level (from low to real-time), in order to start a scan task. Plus, you can activate heuristics.
Results show total signatures, infections, warnings, duration, scanned entries, errors, processed files per second, and total scanned items.
The scanning module doesn't take a lot of time to finish, depending on the size of the selected drive. The cleaner consumes low CPU and RAM, so it doesn't slow down overall performance or interrupt normal user activity, because it can run minimized to the taskbar.
No error dialogs have been shown in our evaluation, and the tool did not hang or crash. The overall simplicity of a malware scan and removal operation makes Datum Malware Cleaner Crack appealing for novices, while power users would probably look into advanced features.
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