If you have a computer that is almost always connected to the Internet, you may probably understand that there are numerous dangers lurking just around the corner.
MalwareFox AntiMalware is one of the applications that was designed to help you protect your machine against the attacks mentioned above by providing you with all the necessary tools.
You can turn to this application if you need a quick, efficient way to detect if your system has been targeted by malicious attacks and whether or not they had succeeded to infect it.
Just as you launch the program you will notice that the main window displays a bunch of statistics, which include the status of your PC, when you performed the last scan and the real-time protection status. Running a scan can be simply done by pressing the "Scan" button.
In case the quick scan doesn't satisfy you, it is also possible to go deeper and perform a more complex analysis. Doing so can be accomplished by dragging the desired files or folders and dropping them into the designated box in the main window.
During the scan, you will be able to view the total amount of scanned files and how many malicious components have been identified. After the scan has been completed, you can quarantine the detected files, delete them or do nothing.
If you want to view a list of quarantined files, you can access it by clicking the radioactive symbol button. Here you can also view details about the files such as their paths, what component has been detected and the date and time of the detection.
You can delete files that you think are being a real threat and even restore ones that you know are harmless and have been detected by mistake.
All things considered, if you're looking for a handy malware scanner that lets you quarantine detected items, you can opt for MalwareFox AntiMalware. It successfully identified and handled ransomware files during our tests, sending them to the quarantine in no time. Also, it remained light on system resources consumption throughout its runtime.