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Can you clear the # of malware objects detected on front screen?

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On the right side of the front screen of Emsisoft under "Logs", it shows the "# of malware objects detected so far."  If you click on that link, it shows you in logs what they were.  In my example, it is some blocked IPs.  If I clear my "Surf Protection" logs, where nothing is there anymore, the front page still list the same number of malware objects detected so far.  

 

Is there a way to clear that front page notice on the number of malware objects detected so far after you exam and clear your logs? 

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Open EAM and click on settings.

 

Press the Factory Defaults button (don't worry nothing will happen yet!)

 

You will then get a tickbox with lots of options.

 

UNTICK ALL OF THEM apart from the last one 'clear all logs and reset counters'

 

Press okay.

 

This will reset your surf protection and update logs which will then start to populate again as you go on.

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Open EAM and click on settings.

 

Press the Factory Defaults button (don't worry nothing will happen yet!)

 

You will then get a tickbox with lots of options.

 

UNTICK ALL OF THEM apart from the last one 'clear all logs and reset counters'

 

Press okay.

 

This will reset your surf protection and update logs which will then start to populate again as you go on.

 

 

Nice.  Thank you.  I like it resetted, so I can quickly check if new ones after I investigate and clear logs.

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