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Using
CylanceV
to scan for unsafe files

CylanceV
does not permanently install on the system. When you close
CylanceV
, the program removes any temporary files it may have created while it was running. You can store the
CylanceV
files on a USB flash drive and run the application from it.
  1. Double-click
    CylanceV.exe
    . The end-user license agreement (EULA) displays.
  2. Click
    Accept
    . A message displays stating you must enter the authentication key.
  3. Click
    OK
    , enter the authentication key, andclick
    Save
    .
  4. Define a path to a folder where you want the scan to start. Either type a path in the Start Folder field or click the browse icon and select a folder.
  5. Click the
    Start
    button to start the scan. The status bar at the bottom updates with information about safe, abnormal, unsafe, and total analyzed file counts. When the scan completes, the status in the lower-left displays idle.
  6. When the scan completes, you can click on the icons in the toolbar to do the following:
    Toolbar item
    Description
    Clear File List
    This clears the list of files analyzed.
    Export to CSV
    This exports the list to a .csv file; you can then import the file into another program or view the contents using a spreadsheet application.
    Select Categories
    This allows you to select the columns visible in the GUI. This will also affect what information appears in the .csv file.
    Start
    This starts a scan. During a scan, the icon changes to a stop button.
    Start Watching
    This scans the files in a folder and analyze any files added to the folder.
    Recheck Unscored Files
    If any of the analyzed files do not have a
    Cylance
    score, clicking
    Recheck Unscored Files
    reanalyzes the unscored files
    Automatically submit unknown samples to
    BlackBerry
    for analysis: Enabled
    When this is enabled, any file that is scanned and has not been analyzed by
    CylanceINFINITY
    is uploaded for analysis.