The Reports section enables you to access the results of actions performed by the program.

Toolbar, shortcuts and context menu




Avira cc report view Reports


Display report

Opens a window in which the result of the selected action is displayed. For example the result of a scan.

Avira cc report view report Reports


Display report file

Displays the report file of the selected report.

Avira cc report print Reports


Print report file

Opens the Windows print dialog to print the report file.

Avira cc delete reports Reports


Delete report(s)

Deletes the selected report and the relevant report file.





Avira cc ok Reports

Action scan: Finished successfully without detecting virus.

Avira cc warning Reports

Action scan: Virus detected or finished unsuccessfully.

Avira cc report update successfull Reports

Action update: Successfully completed.

Avira cc report update failed Reports

Action update: Not successfully completed.

  • Action

  • Shows the action performed.

  • Result

  • Shows the result of the action.

  • Date/Time

  • Shows the date and time when the report was created.

Contents of a report for a scan

  • Date of the scan:

  • The date of the scan.

  • Start time of the scan:

  • The start time of the scan in hh:mm.

  • Scanning time required:

  • The duration of the scan in mm:ss format.

  • Scan status:

  • Shows if the scan was completed.

  • Last detection:

  • Name of the last found virus or unwanted program.

  • Scanned directories:

  • Total number of scanned directories.

  • Scanned files:

  • Total number of scanned files.

  • Scanned archives:

  • Number of scanned archives.

  • Hidden objects:

  • Total number of hidden objects detected

  • Detections:

  • Total number of viruses and unwanted programs detected.

  • Suspicious:

  • Number of suspicious files.

  • Warnings:

  • Number of alerts about detected viruses.

  • Information:

  • Number of information items issued, for example further information that may arise during a scan.

  • Repaired:

  • Total number of repaired files

  • Quarantine:

  • Total number of files placed in quarantine.

  • Renamed:

  • Total number of renamed files.

  • Deleted:

  • Total number of deleted files.

  • Wiped:

  • Total number of overwritten files.

Rootkits have the ability to hide processes and objects, such as registry entries or files. However not every hidden object is necessarily proof of the existence of a rootkit. Hidden objects can also be harmless objects. If a scan detects hidden objects but does not issue a virus detection alert, you should use the report to determine which object is referred to and obtain more information about the detected object.