Spyware Process Detector 3.23.2
Spyware Process Detector is an anti-spyware/anti-keylogger tool that detects all processes running on the computer, including hidden ones, and displays their color-coded threat rating based on the intelligent analysis of all hidden properties.
Unlike standard Windows Task Manager, Spyware Process Detector will detect even those processes and tasks, which are transparent to OS. The security rating is color-coded so that users can see the most dangerous processes at once. Red stands for the highest rating of danger, green for the lowest one, any color between red and green stands for varying levels of security threat. The program shows other details about each process, such as process ID, parent ID, security status, EXE filename, file path, description, etc. Startup Manager shows details information about processes that run on Windows startup. Once there is a process marked out as red or yellow, users have to choose whether to delete it or mark as safe. The current list of processes can be exported to the Excel format for further analysis.
The program detects new (undetectable by your anti-virus scanner) spywares, trojans and viruses. We recommend to use our program instead of standard Windows Task Manager with your anti-virus together.
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|Requirements:||Intel Pentium processor or higher; 32MB of RAM or above; Up to 3MB of available hard-disk space|
|Languages:||English, Bulgarian, Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Russian|
|Release Info:||Minor Update on Mar 08, 2013|
|Release Notes:||Fixed crash bug with empty startup filename.|
|Related Tags:||antispyware antivirus spy spyware antispy|
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||1.00 MB ( 1,024 KB )|
|Published||Mar 19, 2007 (10 years ago)|
|Updated||Dec 14, 2013 (3 years ago)|