For information on how to launch the SecureAPlus Main Window, click here.
This is how the SecureAPlus Main Window looks like once you have launched it.
1. SecureAPlus Main Summary
- On the left side of the SecureAPlus window, it displays the current status of the machine.
- Click on All Running icon under Security Features to view more details of the status.
- It will show the status of the following:
- App Whitelisting Driver
- App Whitelisting Service
- SecureAPlus Service
- Universal AV Service
- Antivirus Driver
- Real-time scanning
- Offline Antivirus engine
All should be displayed as Running or On when SecureAPlus is working normally.
Click on the Home icon will bring you back to SecureAPlus Main Console.
3. App Settings
Clicking on the App Settings icon will bring you to the SecureAPlus Settings window. To find out more about each of the settings, you can click on the respective links:
- Universal AV
- Scan Settings
- Application Whitelisting
4. Info & Licenses
Clicking on the Info & Licenses icon will bring you to SecureAPlus Info & Licenses window. To find out more, you can click on the respective links:
5. Online Store
Clicking the Online Store icon will lead you to the SecureAge SecureAPlus Store webpage using the default browser.
Clicking the Help icon will lead you to our SecureAPlus Support Page using the default browser.
Clicking the SecureAge icon will lead you to SecureAge webpage using the default browser.
8. View UAV Status
Clicking on the View UAV Status button will show you the details for UAV. Click here to find out more about the Universal AV Status.
9. Full System Scan
You can manually start a full system scan any time by clicking on the Full System Scan icon. Just like the automated scans, this will have Universal AV’s multiple engines scan your PC with the latest virus definition.
10. Quarantine & History
To view the Quarantine & History list, click on the Quarantine & History icon. To find out more, you can click on the respective links:
11. Application Whitelisting Modes
SecureAPlus’s Application Whitelisting comes in 3 distinct modes that are designed to accommodate the different levels of security that users may require. Click on the link below to find out more.
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