We are currently beta-testing RouterCheck for Windows!
RouterCheck for Windows is an application that enables everyone to run a sophisticated security check on their home network. If RouterCheck for Windows detects any security issues, it helps you fix them, to improve the security of your home network.
RouterCheck for Windows is supported on:
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- Windows 8
- Windows 10
To install RouterCheck for Windows:
1. Click the button below to download RouterCheck for Windows.
Size: 42 MB
2. Double-click the downloaded file.
Windows 8 and Windows 10 users only
The Windows protected your PC dialog box may open. This is part of Windows SmartScreen, which is a security filter in Windows 8 and Windows 10.
This dialog box opens because Windows cannot identify RouterCheck as a known app. This happens because RouterCheck is newly available, and Windows does not recognize it yet. RouterCheck is a safe app to install.
a. Click More Info.
The dialog box updates, and it displays the following information:
* App: RouterCheck.exe. This is the name of the file that you downloaded.
* Publisher: Sericon Technology Inc. This information indicates that this application was digitally signed by the developer of RouterCheck.
Note: Hackers who distribute malware will never digitally sign their applications since they want to remain anonymous.
b. Click Run anyway.
For information about Windows SmartScreen, see RouterCheck for Windows and Windows SmartScreen.
The Setup window opens.
3. Scroll down to read the RouterCheck End User License Agreement.
4. Click I accept the agreement and then click Next.
Important: You must accept the license agreement to install and run RouterCheck.
A dialog box opens, prompting you to choose a display language for RouterCheck.
Note: This dialog box is not displayed if you have previously installed RouterCheck.
5. Either accept English as the display language or select another language, and then click Save.
When the installation is complete, the RouterCheck Welcome window opens.
6. Click Go to RouterCheck.
The RouterCheck Dashboard opens.
7. You can now use RouterCheck to check your router. If you have any questions or problems using RouterCheck, you can click Help on any page to access RouterCheck’s Online Help system, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.