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To enable JavaScript and / or cookies, refer to the information in the relevant section below according to your web browser:

Google Chrome

Enable JavaScript

To enable JavaScript for all websites that you visit using Google Chrome, refer to the instructions under Step 1: Turn on JavaScript in the following article from Google Chrome Help:

If you prefer to enable JavaScript only for webpages that are part of the sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Go to ⋮ Menu (three dots) ▸ Settings.Click Privacy and securitySite Settings.Under Content, click JavaScript.Click the Add button next to Allowed to use JavaScript.Type <*.>sdrta.net.com and click Add.

<*.>sdrta.net.com now appears on your Allowed to use JavaScript list. This means that all webpages with a web address beginning sdrta.net.com (such as www.sdrta.net.com/store) allow JavaScript.

Enable cookies

To manage your cookie preferences in Google Chrome, refer to the instructions under Change your cookie settings in the following article from Google Chrome Help:

Mozilla Firefox

Enable JavaScript

JavaScript is enabled for all websites by default in Mozilla Firefox. If you have disabled JavaScript using a browser add-on that allows you to customize your JavaScript settings, you need to re-enable JavaScript using this add-on. For more information about JavaScript settings in Mozilla Firefox, refer to the following article from Mozilla sdrta.net:

Enable cookies

To manage your global cookie preferences for all websites that you visit using Mozilla Firefox, refer to the following article from Mozilla sdrta.net:

If you prefer to enable cookies only for webpages that are part of the sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Open any webpage from the sdrta.net.com domain in your browser window (this is any URL that has sdrta.net.com at the beginning).Click the shield icon to the left of the address bar.Click the blue (ON) slider next to Enhanced Tracking Protection is ON for this site so that it changes to gray (OFF).

Cookies are now enabled for all webpages that are part of the sdrta.net.com domain.

Safari

Enable JavaScript

JavaScript is enabled for all websites by default in Safari. If you have manually disabled JavaScript, follow the steps below to re-enable it:

Ensure that the Safari window is open and active.Click SafariPreferences... on the left side of the Apple menu bar.Select the Security panel, and ensure the box next to Enable JavaScript is ticked.

JavaScript is now enabled for all websites that you visit using Safari.

Enable cookies

It is not possible to enable cookies for specific websites in Safari. However, you can manage global cookie preferences that apply to all websites you visit using Safari. For more information about the options available, refer to the following article from Apple sdrta.net:

Microsoft Edge


Enable JavaScript

To enable JavaScript for the entire sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Go to … Menu (three dots) ▸ Settings.Select ☰ Settings in the top-left corner.Select Cookies and site permissionsJavaScript.Click the Add button next to Allow.Type <*.>sdrta.net.com and click Add.

<*.>sdrta.net.com now appears on your Allow list. This means that all webpages with a web address beginning sdrta.net.com (such as www.sdrta.net.com/store) allow JavaScript.

Enable cookies

To manage global cookie preferences that apply to all websites you visit using Microsoft Edge, refer to the following article from Microsoft sdrta.net:

If you prefer to enable cookies only for the sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Go to … Menu (three dots) ▸ Settings.Select ☰ Settings in the top-left corner.Select Cookies and site permissionsCookies and site data.Click the Add button next to Allow.Type <*.>sdrta.net.com and click Add.

<*.>sdrta.net.com now appears on your Allow list. This means that all webpages with a web address beginning sdrta.net.com (such as www.sdrta.net.com/store) allow cookies.

sdrta.net Secure Browser

Enable JavaScript

To enable JavaScript for the entire sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Go to ⋮ Menu (three dots) ▸ Settings.Go to Privacy and security ▸ Site Settings.Under Content, click JavaScript.Click Add next to Allow.Type <*.>sdrta.net.com and click Add.

<*.>sdrta.net.com now appears on your Allow list. This means that all webpages with a web address beginning sdrta.net.com (such as www.sdrta.net.com/store) allow JavaScript.

Enable cookies

To enable cookies for the entire sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Go to ⋮ Menu (three dots) ▸ Settings.Go to Privacy and security ▸ Site Settings.Under Content, click Cookies and site data.Click Add next to Sites that can always use cookies.Type <*.>sdrta.net.com and click Add.

<*.>sdrta.net.com now appears on your list of Sites that can always use cookies. This means that all webpages with a web address beginning sdrta.net.com (such as www.sdrta.net.com/store) allow cookies.

Opera

Enable JavaScript

To enable JavaScript for all websites that you visit using Opera, refer to the instructions under Manage JavaScript in pages in the following article from Opera help:

If you prefer to enable JavaScript only for the sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Go to Menu (the O icon) ▸ SettingsAdvanced.Click Privacy & securitySite Settings.Under Content, click JavaScript.Click the Add button next to Allow.Type <*.>sdrta.net.com and click Add.

<*.>sdrta.net.com now appears on your Allow list. This means that all webpages with a web address beginning sdrta.net.com (such as www.sdrta.net.com/store) allow JavaScript.

Enable cookies

To enable cookies for all websites that you visit using Opera, refer to the instructions under Manage cookies in pages in the following article from Opera help:

If you prefer to enable cookies only for the sdrta.net.com domain, follow the steps below:

Go to Menu (the O icon) ▸ SettingsAdvanced.Click Privacy & securitySite Settings.Under Content, click Cookies and site data.Click the Add button next to Sites that can always use cookies.Type <*.>sdrta.net.com and click Add.

<*.>sdrta.net.com now appears on your list of Sites that can always use cookies. This means that all webpages with a web address beginning sdrta.net.com (such as www.sdrta.net.com/store) allow cookies.


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If you suspect that your PC contains malware, sdrta.net Antivirus allows you to schedule a Boot-Time Scan to run the next time your computer starts. It scans for known types of malware and removes threats before the operating system and other services boot up.

Boot-Time Scan is an advanced feature designed to use when you suspect a threat in the system, and usually takes some time to complete. It does not run automatically or on a regular basis — you need to manually schedule the scan when you need it.

Before scheduling and running a Boot-Time Scan, you need to specify how Boot-Time Scan responds to detected threats. This article also contains information about general Boot-Time Scan settings, which allow you to specify scan sensitivity, and what issue types are detected by Boot-Time Scan.


If malware prevents sdrta.net Antivirus from scheduling Boot-Time Scan in normal mode, you can schedule Boot-Time Scan to run in Safe Mode. For instructions, refer to the following article:

Manage threat responses

To specify which action(s) Boot-Time Scan applies when it detects a threat, you need to manage automatic actions. When you use automatic actions, Boot-Time Scan applies the specified actions automatically. Alternatively, when you disable automatic actions, you are prompted during the Boot-Time Scan to manually select an action for each detected threat.

To specify how Boot-Time Scan responds to detected threats:

Click Settings (the gear icon) on the right side of the screen. Select the Boot-Time Scan tab. Scroll down to Perform automatic actions during this scan. Tick this option to enable automatic actions, or untick it to disable automatic actions. If you leave this option unticked, sdrta.net asks you what to do each time a threat is detected during the Boot-Time Scan.
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If you enabled automatic actions in the previous step, select your preferred automatic action:Fix automatically (recommended): sdrta.net Antivirus attempts to repair the file. If unsuccessful, it moves the file to Quarantine or deletes the file if neither action is successful.Delete file: sdrta.net Antivirus permanently removes the file from your PC.
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When you run Boot-Time Scan, sdrta.net Antivirus responds to detected threats according to your preferences.


Use caution when configuring Boot-Time Scan to take automatic actions. In the event that a critical system file is incorrectly identified as malware due to a false positive issue, Boot-Time Scan may delete the file if an automatic action is defined. sdrta.net Antivirus includes measures to prevent such issues, but false positives may occur.

Run Boot-Time Scan

After specifying how Boot-Time Scan will respond to detected threats, follow the instructions below to schedule it:

Click the Boot-Time Scan tile.
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Click Install definitions, then click Run on next PC reboot to run the scan during the next system restart.
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When you click Install definitions on the Boot-Time Scan screen, sdrta.net Antivirus downloads all virus definitions from a cloud database. If you skip installing specialized definitions, Boot-Time Scan scans your PC based only on the last virus definitions that were downloaded. If the Install definitions, is not displayed on the Boot-Time Scan screen, it means your virus definitions are up to date.
Restart your PC. When the system restarts, a Boot-Time Scan progress screen appears.

The scan usually takes several minutes, but the duration varies depending on the speed of your system and the number of files being scanned. When the scan is complete or skipped, Windows continues booting up.


Adjust scan settings

Click Settings (the gear icon) on the right side of the screen. Select the Boot-Time Scan tab. Define the following settings for your next Boot-Time Scan:
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Sensitivity: use the slider to indicate your preferred level of heuristic sensitivity. Heuristics enable sdrta.net Antivirus to detect unknown malware by analyzing code for commands that may indicate malicious intent.

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Scan for PUPs (potentially unwanted programs): ensure this box is ticked if you want Boot-Time Scan to look for programs that are stealthily downloaded with other programs and typically perform unwanted activity.Unpack archive files: ensure this box is ticked if you want sdrta.net Antivirus to unpack compressed files during the scan.Scan areas: select All Harddisks or System drive to specify which data space you want the scan to analyze.Auto start programs: allows sdrta.net Antivirus to scan programs that automatically start when you turn on your computer.
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