Prevent ransomware code from being executed on your computer by turning to this app that provides you with continuous protection
|Updated||May 19 2018|
Sunrise Antivirus N/A N/A
|Crack Size||123 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
If you're concerned about your computer's security, you might be familiar with the concept of ransomware and how it can not only prevent you from accessing important files on your PC but also demand a ransom fee to unlock them for you.
Luckily, nowadays there's a wide range of dedicated third-party software to help you counter these situations. One of them is Sunrise Anti-Ransomware.
This application can be easily installed on your computer, as it doesn't take long, nor does it require any complicated configuration on your side.
You just have to launch the setup executable, accept the End User License Agreement and decide whether a desktop shortcut icon should be created or not, as the rest of the process is carried out automatically once you hit the "Install" button.
After you install it on the target computer, you can easily launch it from your desktop if you opted for creating a shortcut icon in the first place.
However, note that you need to grant it Administrator rights by right-clicking the executable and selecting "Run as Administrator" from the context menu. Otherwise, you will be prompted with an error message asking for elevation.
Sunrise Anti-Ransomware Crack, as its name boldly suggests, can help you protect your computer from running ransomware code by actively scanning for processes that might intend to lock you out of your important documents.
Note that running it once the ransomware code has been executed won't decrypt and let you reaccess your files. Instead, you can keep this app running in the background so that no ransomware can pass through it.
To wrap it up, if you're looking for a tool that can prevent your PC from running ransomware code, you might give Sunrise Anti-Ransomware a spin. It can be easily installed, comes with a user-friendly interface and requires Administrator rights to operate properly.
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