Malware threats cause a serious damage to your device performance. Your device may affect with malicious content from many sources including online and offline activities. To remove this malware threat, you can use anti-malware programs for effective results. Systweak Anti-Malware is one such tool that scans even the remotest corners of your device and removes all malware threats from it. It offers numerous useful features, here are some prominent ones.
Scan option includes some information like whether your database version is up to date or obsolete, real-time protection is on or off, and last scan date. In case the database version is obsolete, you can update it by simply moving out of the app and logging back in. It will automatically update the database version. You can turn on real-time protection from Settings in More Tab. The app displays whether your device is safe or malware affected by showing green or red background colors.
When the app displays that your device is malware affected, you can press “Scan Now” button to find the results. It will display information like files scanned, time elapsed and malware found. The app will display green background with message “No Threats Detected” if it doesn’t find any malicious content during the scan. Here, you can move to next step by pressing “Security Checkup” button at the bottom. If it has found any malware then it will display a red background with message “Malware Detected”.
In that case, you need to press “View Scan Result” button to view scan results. In results, it will display all malicious apps found on your device and malware type next to them. You can swipe left to malicious apps to find two different options. First is “Uninstall”, which helps you uninstall malicious app next is “Whitelist”, which helps you Whitelist any app and avoid deleting it. Whitelist app will not be included in the future scanning process. If you want to delete all malicious apps altogether then press “Clean Malware” button.
Here, you can find all non-secure settings of the device. You can manage these settings & features of the device here, as app suggest you all non-secure settings.
If you leave your developer’s mode active then it may cause a serious threat to your device performance. The app suggests you turn this off unless you don’t have a sound idea of how it works. You can turn off this feature here.
Near Field Communication (NFC) feature is used to exchange data, mobile payment services and reading & writing of tags when you touch your nearby devices. You can tweak NFC feature here for improved security.
Similar to NFC feature Android Beam also work for data transfer. You can manage this feature here.
This is a useful addition to the app. It helps you track all apps on your device and permissions accessed by them. Under this feature, the app scans all your apps on device and display information about permissions accessed by them in a segregated manner. You can block any app permission using this feature.
Under Settings, you can customize different scan options. It allows you to turn on or off real-time protection. You can even select from Deep or Quick Scan modes.
It displays all Whitelist apps on your device.
It displays previous scan history using this app. In other options, you can share this app with friends & family, share feedback and find app’s information under About tab.
Systweak Anti-Malware works on advanced algorithms to find and remove all malicious content from your device. It scans your device thoroughly to remove all sort of malicious content instantly and accurately. It offers various security and privacy features to keep your device performance intact. Its Whitelist feature is useful addition to keep important apps untouched. This is a complete app to keep your device away from all security threats while keeping its performance intact.
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