Block-First Approachwith Application Control & Whitelisting
Blocking All Unknowns and Unwanted Programs from Running Until You Allow it
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Turn the Tables Against Fresh Viruses & Malwarewith Application Whitelisting
With close to a million new variants of malware created each day, traditional anti-virus software struggle to detect these threats upon their initial release in the wild.
Application control and whitelisting put you ahead of the rest by implementing a block-first approach.
This ensures that any file that is not trusted can do no harm until they are identified and cleared by you to allow it to run. It stops advanced and zero-day malware on its tracks and puts you, not the malware, in control every time.
A Haven for Trusted Files, Impenetrable by Everything Else
With a block-first approach, any unknown & untrusted files, whether it is detected as a virus or not,
are stopped in its tracks when it tries to run.
Even the most dangerous & undetectable virus is rendered harmless when it cannot run on its target PC.
Auto Whitelist Creation
A whitelist allows applications you already trust to run on your PC and this process can be manual and tedious to create and maintain.
By installing SecureAPlus, it will automatically do everything for you. Just sit back and relax.
Total Application Control
Always asks before potential programs start to load or install, putting you in total control of what is running on your system.
Selectable Whitelisting Modes
Choose from 3 modes to suit your preferred level of protection
Powerful Anti-Ransomware Protection
Dangerous ransomware runs in the background and begins its silent but damaging process of encrypting every file and folder on your PC, effectively locking out the user from valuable data.
Having Application Whitelisting and Control prevents Ransomware from encrypting any file or drive inside a Windows PC without getting unblocked by the user.
SecureAPlus gives users enough time to scrutinize potential Ransomware without getting locked out.
If an exe file starts to operate, it stops it and asks for your permission before proceeding.
Since ransomware needs to open an exe file to work, this stops them in their tracks even if they are trying to avoid detection.
How is our Application Whitelisting
Made Easier For You to Use?
Trust or block with the best tools made available to you at the point of detection.
Potential threats are scanned by our Universal AV's 10+ Anti-Virus engines and are further reinforced by integrating the 2nd opinion scanners.
This provides a good indication of what applications are dangerous or safe.