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  • Submitted: Mar 28 2015 03:29 PM
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Download SecurityCheck

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Security Process Utility scan


SecurityCheck is a program that searches for installed and running security programs on a user's computer. After it is finished, SecurityCheck will then display a log file that contains information about the security programs found on your computer and the status of security services such as Windows Firewall.


How to use Security Check by Screen317:

  • Right-click on Posted Image icon and select Posted Image Run as Administrator to start the tool.
  • Follow onscreen instructions inside the black box. This scan won't take long.
  • Soon a notepad document called checkup.txt will open automaticaly.

I ran this and the only thing in the report that I have any concern over (and dont know if I should or not) is this line:  Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 (UAC is disabled!)


UAC is disabled, they put an ! which makes me think this is important?


Any advice or guidnce is apprciated. Also do I need to uninstall after use or does it stay in start menu for future use or?



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