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Aakash_ryp

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I have panda free antivirus after it was advice to me by one of my friend I downloaded it
Please let me know the option found in advanced settings what exactly it is and should I enable the same as by default it was disabled
"SCAN COMPRESSED FILES IN-ACCESS SCAN" & "SCAN COMPRESSED FILES IN ON -DEMAND SCAN" .Please tell me how safe it is to keep this disabled .
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zep516

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Hi Aakash_ryp,

You're referring to "Panda Cloud Antivirus"

Advanced settings

The "advanced settings" are exclusively for users with advanced knowledge. It is not advisable to change these settings if you are not completely sure of what you are doing, as it could affect the way Panda Cloud Antivirus works and also your computer security.


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Thanks;

I am asking a brief info on the same I can handle it but want a good security for my system as I am unsure keeping those to disable which are set by default will that provide a complete protection to the system.

Please guide in this matter
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Hi Aakash_ryp


I'm not familiar enough with that Anti Virus to guide you. I do think there set to default for a reason though. I'd have to research it a bit.

The information I posted came from the Panda site Here


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Thanks Joe for taking the time in the matter
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