To select a scan mode
1.Click the Dr.Web and select . The menu of quick access to different scan modes opens.
Figure 19. Selecting the scanning mode
2.Select a scan mode you need:
• item to scan only selected objects. The Dr.Web Scanner window opens;
• item to scan only critical Windows objects;
• to scan all files.
To launch Scanner with default settings to scan a certain file or folder, select in the shortcut menu.
Configuring Dr.Web Scanner
To configure Dr.Web Scanner and its reactions to detected threats, go to → →.
In this mode, Scanner checks the following:
•Boot sectors of all disks
•Random access memory
•Boot disk root folder
•Windows system folder
•User documents folder (“My Documents”)
•System restore points
•Presence of rootkits (if the process is run with administrative privileges)
In this mode, random access memory and all hard drives (including boot sectors of all disks) are scanned. Moreover, Scanner runs a check for rootkits.
In this mode, you can select objects to be scanned, for example, any files and folders and such objects as random access memory, boot sectors, and so on. To start scanning selected objects, click . To select objects, click .
When scanning starts, the and buttons become available. During scanning, you can do the following:
•To pause scanning, click . To resume scanning after pause, click .
•To stop scanning, click .
From this window, you can return to the scan mode selection window.