A malware scanner that detects malicious files, trojans, spyware, adware and dialers, aiming to keep your computer free from infections
|Version||6.2 Build 1061|
|Updated||Aug 10th 2016|
Mischel Internet Security N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2.1 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, 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|
TrojanHunter is a security solution that searches and removes Trojan infections from your computer, offering at the same time a dedicated feature to provide real-time protection.
The application provides three different scanning modes, full, quick and custom. While the first can take even a few hours, the quick mode gets the job done in under a minute, thus providing a quick overview on your computer's security level.
Just as expected, TrojanHunter also comprises a separate feature to schedule scans and thus search for Trojan horses starting a user-defined time.
While the update tool makes sure that you're using the latest virus definitions, the database even provides a glimpse into the list of Trojans the application detects, with a search feature to find a given name on the go.
The “Settings” menu is not complicated, allowing you to pick the objects you wish to scan, including ZIP files, RAR, CAP and binded executables.
On the other hand, the TrojanHunter Crack Guard sits silently in the System Tray and protects your computer at all times, being able to automatically remove Trojans and protect the system against unauthorized shutdowns.
Although the full scan mode takes such a high amount of time, TrojanHunter remains friendly with computer resources. However, it's still recommended to close the other running apps before initiating a new scan.
All in all, TrojanHunter is a useful solution and it deserves a chance to prove what it's up to despite its pretty hefty price.
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It's free too - until you've burned through £1,000 worth of data, that is