Dr.Web Scanner scans files on your device upon your request. It performs express or full check of the whole file system or scans critical files and folders only.
You should periodically scan the system, especially if SpIDer Guard has not been active for a while. Usually, the express scan is sufficient for this purpose.
To scan the system, on the main screen select (see ) and then select one of the following actions:
•To check installed applications, select .
•To scan all the files in the system, select .
•To scan only critical files and folders, select and then select an object you want to scan.
To scan the whole folder, select the option. To go up a level, select .
If your device is rooted, you can also scan /sbin and /data folders located in the root directory.
After the scanning is finished, the following information is shown:
•Number of scanned objects.
•Number of detected threats.
To open check results, select .
Figure 34. Dr.Web Scanner
Dr.Web Scanner settings
To access Dr.Web Scanner settings, open the main screen and select > > (see section ).
The application registers events related to Dr.Web Scanner operation (scan type, check results, and detected threats). All registered actions appear in the section on the tab and are sorted by date (see ).