How To Unlock Chrome’s Browser Inbuilt Malware Scanner

How To Unlock Chrome’s Browser Inbuilt Malware Scanner

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We often find in various news stories about how a new malware is affecting the computer and taking control of the user's data. And is breaching his privacy. We often hear the news that Phalana Virus has stolen the data of any government institution. All these work is done by hackers, this malware enters the computer through the internet and locks the computer. This malware live on the Internet server in the form of an ad and we do not know, as soon as we click on it Malware enters our computer and smartphone. Recently, a new malware research firm called "Roaming Mantis" was discovered by a research firm who takes control of the device via Wi-Fi router. Therefore, when it comes to our data and equipment, we all have to be careful. Therefore, if you want to be safe and protect your device, then you can use a simple tool available at your disposal.

We should be aware that the Chrome browser on Windows comes with its own malware scanner. This scanner runs periodically to clean the junk stored in your browser. But did you know that you can actually run a scan to make sure your device is free of malware?

Here are some simple steps you can use to run scans and keep your device clean

Click the three-dot menu in the top right corner of the Chrome browser and then go to Settings. Scroll down to the bottom of the list and click Advanced to show all options.

Now continue scrolling down and see the option to 'Clear reset and header' to read. You will find it at the bottom of the list. Now click on the clean-up computer.

Once you click on it, you will get the option to find and remove harmful software options, this is Chrome's malware scanner.

Once the process is completed, the Chrome browser will notify you if it seems to be harmful to the PC. So, now you can move it away and move on.

This is a reliable way to get rid of browser hijackers and it also warns you about viruses.

Note that this is not a general purpose malware scanner. It only checks for harmful software related to Chrome. Thus, you still need to keep a reliable antivirus installed.

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