HitmanPro.alert 3 is a lightweight application that can monitor your browser activity and detect potential threats that may include system security. This HitmanPro tool is specially built to add an extra layer of security to your system, to protect you whenever you shop on the Internet or perform online banking activities. It provides real-time computer protection against software exploits, drive-by downloads, encryption software, online fraud, and identity theft.
What does HitmanPro.Alert have?
Intuitive interface and malware scanning
The tool offers an attractive and clean interface, and provides malware scanning immediately after installation, to get a security assessment of your computer.
Safe Browsing and Mining
When it comes to secure browsing, HitmanPro.Alert protects your activities around online banking, shopping or web mail. It provides support for multiple browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Maxthon, Comodo Dragon, Pale Moon, Tor Browser Bundle, Avant Browser, Spark Browser, SRWare Iron, and Yandex Browser.
Mining-specific exploit prevents some third-party applications from current and future vulnerable attacks, such as Java, VLC Media Player, Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center, Wordpad and Adobe Flash Player. Currently running processes that are not supported by HitmanPro.Alert is shown in a different panel, so you can at least be aware of the risk.
Vaccinations, CryptoGuard and webcam notifier
Sports software application adds tools to reduce the risk of malware infection. For example, it can prevent sandbox-aware malware by making the computer look like a virus researcher, blocking encryption software (like CryptoLocker) by keeping local files secure and share or alert you when your webcam is turned on silently spying on you.
Encryption of keystrokes, process protection, network lockdown and USB blocking
Moreover, the program can encrypt all keystrokes to prevent keyloggers from stealing your passwords, messages and other sensitive information, preventing malware from infecting a key executable. trusted processes (e.g. anti-virus), stop backdoor traffic by locking down the network and blocking malicious USB devices from acting as keyboards.
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