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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Pkiller.exe (Process Killer) application. What is Pkiller.exe and how to use it

Pkiller.exe (Process Killer) is the free application developed by GridinSoft LLC anti-virus company in order to terminate the processes of contemporary viruses for their further successful elimination with the help of GridinSoft Trojan Killer. This tool verifies the unsigned virus files and terminates them upon detection. Many of the virus files are located in the "Application Data" folder, and so Process Killer (pkiller.exe) tool is used to stop the processes of such viruses contained in this folder. Many viruses nowadays are blocking decent anti-viruses from being launched. For this reason Process Killer (pkiller.exe) was developed. However, it is quite possible that Process Killer (pkiller.exe) may also be blocked by virus. The section below shows how to bypass such blockage on the part of virus program on your computer.

If you cannot download Pkiller.exe (Process Killer) application we recommend you to download it from clean (non-infected machine and then copy the exe-file to your infected PC via flash (jump) drive. Then, if the virus blocks Pkiller.exe from launching, you might need to rename "Pkiller.exe" to "explorer.exe", "iexplore.exe" or "winlogon.exe" (until the blockage is eliminated). When you have been able to launch Pkiller.exe successfully it should terminate (stop) the virus process on your computer. Now you need to close Pkiller.exe program. It has done its job. Now, this is the time for you to take the next step - to download GridinSoft Trojan Killer and remove the virus completely. Remember that Pkiller.exe (Process Killer) application does not kill the virus but simply terminates its process. To remove the virus completely you need to download GridinSoft Trojan Killer from the download button provided below. Good luck to you, and may your PC be completely virus-free.

Link to download Pkiller.exe:

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Virus processes which can be successfully terminated by Process Killer (Pkiller.exe):

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