Security Reviver

Security Reviver 2.1

Security Reviver will scan your PC and identify security threats
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Security Reviver is a powerful security utility that adds a handy extra layer of protection to your PC. It increases the safety of your data, privacy, and online identity by detecting and removing all kinds of threats, including spyware, worms, adware, malware, etc. It doesn't only eliminate these threats, but also blocks them from re-infecting your system. The effective, real-time monitoring and the continuous updates ensure that your system is no longer vulnerable to any threats, not even to the newest or the most dangerous ones.

Security Reviver comes with a neat and intuitive interface that anyone can use without any issues. For every detected problem, it also displays a threat level, helping you decide if you should quickly quarantine that item or if you could still ignore it for a while. Three different types of scans are available: a faster one called “Quick Scan”, a more thorough “Deep scan” that takes longer to complete but also provides more accurate results, and a “Custom scan” that you get to configure as you desire by choosing the system areas and the file types that will be checked for potential threats.

Security Reviver offers handy additional features such as the possibility to schedule scans to be performed automatically, at future times, without user intervention.

You should also note that the free trial version doesn't remove any found threats, it just scans the system and lists the detected ones. To remove threats, you have to purchase and register the full version.

In conclusion, I'd say it's up to you to decide if Security Reviver is worthy or not, but as far as I can tell, it looks like a decent choice already, even if the trial version doesn't handle the detected threats.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary


  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Three scanning types
  • Supports scheduling scans


  • The free trial version only lists the detected threats; it doesn't remove them
  • The interface cannot be customized
  • Pricey
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