Dr.Web Scanner

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Dr.Web Scanner for Windows allows you to run anti-virus scans of disk boot sectors, random access memory (RAM), and both separate files and objects enclosed within complex structures (archives, containers, or email attachments). By default, Dr.Web Scanner uses all detection methods to detect viruses and other malicious software.

On detection of a malicious object, Dr.Web Scanner only informs you about it. Information on all infected or suspicious objects displays in the table where you can manually select a necessary action. You can apply default actions to all detected threats or select the required reaction to a certain object.

The default settings are optimal for most cases. However, if necessary, you can modify the suggested actions in the Dr.Web Scanner settings window. Please note that you can specify a custom action for each detected threat after the scan is complete, but common reaction for a particular threat type should be configured beforehand.