You can open the Options tab of the Spyware Detector and find the System Settings tab. There are two sections:
Checking this option will notify you with the pop up message whenever Spyware Detector kills any spyware during live monitoring.
After you clean the spyware detected by Spyware Detector, it also deletes all the files from the Temp folder. It is recommended to keep this option checked as there are many spyware which keep their files and exes in this Temp folder.
This option will let Spyware Detector clean Temporary Internet files folder after every quarantine. If you uncheck this, Spyware Detector will ask you before deleting. It is recommended that you leave it on as most of the Spyware keep their executables in this folder.
Checking this option will show you the Tips for how to use Spyware Detector, at the start whenever you open Spyware Detector.
Checking this option will show you the splash screen whenever you reboot the PC. This screen will display that your system is protected by Max Secure Spyware Detector. If you don’t want to see this splash screen at the start up then you can uncheck this option.
Checking this option will automatically check for the live updates at each start up and download them if they are available. If this option is unchecked you need to do live updates manually by clicking on the Live Update button on the main interface of the product.
Checking this option will show you Live Update reminder only if Automatic Live Update option is OFF. If this option is unchecked, you will not get update reminder.
Checking this option will play a Sound after completion of scanning and cleaning.
Checking this option will automatically check for preconfigured, direct settings then live updates from Proxy setting.
Now you can manually add files for scan. By default we have provided some files to be scan. This option helps you to scan any file that you want to clean. You have to add those file in Scan by Name window through Browse button provided beside the edit box and click on Add button. Then our scanner will scan those file, when you do any type of scan.
Checking this option will scan your PC for detection of generic keyloggers.
Checking this option will automatically schedule the Spyware Detector to start scanning the system every time you restart your computer.
Checking this option will allow you to clean the rootkits. To enable rootkit cleaning for one time, select 'One Time Only'. You can also select 'Always' to enable rootkit cleaning option for every clean.
Checking this option, user can participate in the Max Secure Threat Research Community. Threat Community program scans your PC once in a day, at low priority in the background, to detect for any new and un-identified threats and sends any suspicious data to Max Secure server for analysis.
Checking this option, all threats detected will clean automatically and threat entries will directly move to the recover window.
Checking this option, will enable the Gaming mode, if this option is unchecked then your PC will not run in Gaming mode.
Checking this option will automatically schedule the Max Secure Spyware Detector to start Native scanner every time you restart your computer. Native scanner scan and clean threats from all drives at boot time before Windows is completely loaded. When PC is heavily infected, Native Scanner will help you in detecting and cleaning threats.
Scan Removable Devices: Checking this option will scan removable devices which user attached to the PC.
Total Block: This is a very useful feature. These days data protection is very important where anyone can connect USB to your PC or company PC and download all the information on the drive and take away. This unauthorized access is now manageable using a password. This feature can totally secure your PC from unwanted programs running on your PC from USB device.
Autorun.inf Block: The AutoRun function in Windows can launch installers and other programs automatically when you insert a CD or flash drive, but this convenience poses a serious security risk. Every recent version of Windows has features known as AutoPlay and AutoRun. These functions are designed to launch applications automatically from an external device containing the necessary AutoRun information. This is what causes an installer window to pop up when you insert a software disc into your CD or DVD drive, for example, or makes a pop-up menu icon appear in the taskbar tray when you insert a USB flash drive.
However convenient this might be, unfortunately, AutoRun also opens a huge door for viruses, Trojan horses, and worms. All it takes is a USB flash drive with an autorun.inf file and an executable in its root. Once inserted, a worm launched in this manner can infect every disk partition it finds, jumping from computer to computer as network users connect to an infected drive.
USB Manager allows you to block autorun automatically so that you have control over when contents of USB drive run on your PC or not.
Set / Reset Password Protection: When you set the password in Set / Reset Password Protection section then as soon as you attaches a removable device to the PC; it will ask for password to open Removable Device Scan window. If you want to remove Password then click on Remove Password button.
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