A small, yet handy application designed to monitors and protects your removable drives, as well as your local drives against viruses
|Updated||Feb 15th 2014|
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|Crack Size||2.2 MB|
RAV is a lightweight, yet efficient application whose main purpose is to clean your HDD and removable drives from the most common threats such as autorun viruses. It is also able to continuously monitor such devices in order to prevent malware from damaging your computer.
It is important to acknowledge that a program like RAV cannot replace antivirus software, but it merely acts as a shield for known types of worms. Moreover, the utility hasn’t been updated in quite a while, therefore it cannot be fully trusted to deal with the latest virus threats.
RAV is brought inside an out-of-the-box package which doesn’t need installation, therefore it can be placed on a Flash drive and launched on any computer. It suffices to double-click the container to launch it and get acquainted with the user interface.
In terms of appearance, RAV Crack sports basic looks, but despite its somewhat unappealing GUI, it is intuitive enough for all audiences. The scan process is triggered automatically at program startup and is maintained active throughout its entire runtime.
The detected threats are listed in a dedicated section, while the log section records the most important actions taken during cleanup. There’s also a ‘Repair System’ function, which we couldn’t elucidate during our tests, since it doesn’t provide any indication related to the processes being carried out when it is called upon.
On the downside, RAV takes up a lot of resources during its monitoring process, eating up to 25 % of the CPU’s power at times. This, coupled with the fact that it’s outdated, decrease its value considerably.
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