Scans all Windows endpoints for processes with suspicious malware attributes and shows process names, activity and more. |
Scans all Windows processes for suspicious malware attributes and shows process names, activity and more. This free malware detection tool for Windows endpoints scans for potential malware processes that have certain characteristics, such as have no icon, description or company name, run from Windows directory or user profile folder, started with wrong or suspicious parent, unsigned executables, packed executables, host suspicious DLLs, have open TCP/IP endpoints, have non-standard timestamp and other suspicious attributes. It can be used as a basic malware scanner and help with malware removal.
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