Detect and block malware threats due to this security solution that protects your PC by analyzing and terminating suspicious or malicious processes
|Updated||November 16 2018|
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|Crack Size||43.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Computer protection is not something that can be taken lightly by any user, especially considering new online threats are identified on a regular basis.
While it is usually not a good idea to run two separate antivirus solutions at the same time, you can make an exception when it comes to Dr.Web Katana. Not only is it light on your PC’s resources, but it also plays nice with any pre-installed security product.
One of the things that sets this app apart from other similar ones is that it does not rely on signatures to identify and block malware threats. Instead, its strength comes from analyzing a service’s behavior and killing it when it deems it suspicious or malicious.
Due to this technology, Dr.Web Katana can detect malware that cannot be yet identified by your traditional, signature-based antivirus utility.
The GUI (graphical user interface) is meant to be as simplistic and straightforward as possible, and you can only enable or disable the protection from the main window. You can also explore the quarantined items, then restore or delete them by right-clicking records.
Another benefit of this security tool is that you do not need to be an expert to make the most of its functions. You can simply keep the standard configuration, and have the app automatically block all suspicious processes.
Alternatively, if you are a tech-savvy user, you can go one step further and adjust the parameters as you see fit, no matter if they are related to the integrity of running apps, Winlogon notifiers, HOSTS file, Windows shell autorun or IE plugins.
All things considered, this app can be used as a second line of defense since it stops malware before it gets to exploit any vulnerabilities on your computer. It does not mean you should stop using a full-fledged antivirus solution, but you can get some extra security by using Dr.Web Katana Crack.
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