Monitor suspicious behavior of installed programs to block ransomware and other threats before they render your files and folders inaccessible.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Ruiware, LLC
Ransomware is a specialized type of malware infection that can block you from accessing various files or folders unless you agree to pay the hackers a sum of money via online services.
WinAntiRansom is one of the apps you can turn to when you want to keep this type of malware at bay, even if your antivirus does not seem to detect it in due time.
Neatly organized GUI
The software solution comes with a straightforward graphic user interface that organizes all its supported functions into dedicated tabs.
More precisely, you can create a list of the applications that are allowed to run on your PC, as well as the registry keys that are whitelisted as well. Once you are done configuring these details, unauthorized apps will no longer be allowed to run on your PC.
The other available tabs show the pre-emptive or network lockdown actions, along with the access history.
Review and analyze whitelisted apps
As previously mentioned, you need to start by defining a list with all the programs that you trust and that you want to run on a regular basis. The system utilities are whitelisted by default, which should simplify your work considerably since you only need to add the third-party apps.
Right-clicking an item in the list reveals a context menu where you can perform various actions, such as view details or properties, remove data or upload to VirusTotal.
Handy second line of defense
Considering WinAntiRansom looks for and blocks only certain types of malware, it should not be used as the sole security product on a computer. In other words, you still need to have a full-fledged antivirus solution installed, as it can keep you safe from other types of infections.
All in all, this application might take some time setting up and understanding, but the detailed documentation can help you get started within minutes and get you protected against ransomware.