Process Explorer is not only a tool to help you remove the frozen software, but also can detect viruses with Process Explorer with an extremely cool feature or built into it.
In this article, Taimienphi.vn will guide you how detect viruses with Process Explorer and even “temporarily” remove the virus, keep it from working. However, Process Explorer is not an anti-virus software, so its features are not anti-virus. After detecting a virus using Process Explorer you should use these antivirus software More professional to handle the problem.
Guide to detect viruses by Process Explorer
The first task we need to do of course is to download this Process Explorer tool to your computer, after the download is complete, you can use it always without any installation, download. Process Explorer here.
– Download additional decompression software WinRAR here if the computer does not have.
Step 1: After downloading Process Explorer, please extract this tool with WinRAR, if not, download the link above.
Step 2: Next inside the Process Explorer folder, there are 2 parts procexp.exe and procexp64.exe compatible with your 32 bit or 64 bit Windows operating system. Depending on the operating system, select the corresponding application, but run it under the authorization Run as administrator.
Step 3: Click on it Agree to agree to use Process Explorer. This is a must if you want to detect viruses with Process Explorer.
Step 4: The Process Explorer interface appears, Process Explorer will display and list all running processes in the machine and now we start detecting viruses with Process Explorer.
Step 5: First to detect viruses by Process Explorer please enable virus detection by selecting Options > select continue VirusTotal and click Check VirusTotal.
Step 6: Confirm your consent to allow VirusTotal to inspect the components and processes running in your computer.
Step 7: Wait for the system to check for a while, about 2 -3 minutes You will see the VirusTotal column appear and divided into two values, blue and red. If green is no virus and red is there. In addition the number of viruses also appear eg 3/66 ie has detected 3 types of viruses among 66 known types.
Click on the specific you will know the name of the virus is infected in that program.
Step 8: As mentioned, we can only detect viruses with Process Explorer and not viruses, but we can completely turn it off by right-clicking the virus and selecting processes Kill Process.
Step 9: Confirm the removal of the currently running program and press Yes. However, if it is a system program, you should be careful because it may cause temporary problems with the Windows you are using.
Through the above article we have learned how to use a useful Process Explorer in addition to using it instead of Task Manager as before. There are still many features using Process Explorer on the computer that Taimienphi.vn wants to share with you, so do not miss the article about how to Use Process Explorer ours,