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    The only purpose of writing this Article is to let users easily remove Malicious Scripts and files from their PC. This article will help you to know how to Delete and kill processes associated with any particular malicious Scripts.

    How to Remove Malicious Scripts and files Manually?
    Mainly the Process of Removing Malicious Scripts and files is very complex. It involves upto 4 steps, these steps are:

    1.) Kill the Malicious Process
    2.) Delete Registry Entries
    3.) Unregister Harmful DLL
    4.) Delete Malicious Files


    1.) How to kill the Malicious Processes:

    To Kill Malicious Processes you can use either Windows Task Manager or Task Killer Software to .



    a.) Using Windows Task Manager:



    Any time Just Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc, This will open Windows Task manager. Now in task Manager go to Procesess Bar > Select any processes then Click on End process to Kill.

    b.) Using Task Killer Software:



    Once you have Downloaded & installed Task Killer Software, Run Task Killer Software, now you will be able to see a red Icon on your taskbar (near to clock). Just Click on icon & Go to processes and select any process to Kill.

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    Last edited by Corrine; 14th June 2009 at 13:54. Reason: Link to file-sharing site removed.

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    Rahul964 ... have you seen this !?

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    oh, very thanks Admin for informing , I forgot to mansion their link.

    I have updated the post with correct link
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    No offense, but It seems too generic, I mean where should users be looking in order to find malicious objects?
    Thank you anyway

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