Detecting and Removing All Remote Connecting Malware on Windows 10

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Detecting and Removing All Remote Connecting Malware on Windows 10

Here, we are taking about one of the best idea and secret technique that Windows operating system has provided with CMD (command prompt), that is, using command prompt to the windows, we can able to find and kill remote malware on your computer. This technique can also be done by using any antivirus software. but, we are doing this hidden technique using windows command prompt on windows 10. CMD performs various commands on the windows system and here, by using this, we can find unwanted malware, Trojans, worms etc. in computer.

Detect and Kill All Remote Connecting Malware using CMD

This technique works on all windows operating system (generally, above windows XP).

Steps to Find and Kill All Remote Connecting Malware On Windows 10 using CMD:

Step 1: Run Command Prompt as Administrator.

For this, Right Click on Windows Start and click on ‘Command Prompt (Admin)’.

Command Prompt (Admin)

Step 2: Type netstat -b -o 3 in cmd console windows and press Enter.

It shows all the list of application that using remote connection including your browser also.

Step 3: If you see any suspicious programs with established connection state. Then, press CTRL+C to stop command’s running status.

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Step 4: Let us suppose, you have found unwanted program as ‘uTorrent’ which I’ve closed. Since, this application connecting remote connection and secretly seeding previous files. Note the PID of that application. (for this – 4660)

Step 5: Type taskkill /PID your_pid_noted_at_step_4 and press Enter that will kill this process task.

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Step 6: If you don’t want to repeat these step again from beginning, do this few things. Now, Press windows key+R.

Step 7: Type msconfig on Run and press Enter.

Run

Step 8: You will see System Configuration windows. Now, click on ‘Startup’ and delete the suspicious programs. (In windows 10, it redirects to task manager)

System Configuration

Step 9: Done! Now, close all windows and reboot your system to make more effective on the system.

If you have any problems that the process is running in background, try again with netstat command from step 2.

Using this technique or tricks, you can able to know the control tasks of your computer easily and also, not depending on the antivirus program, we can do it for personal safety. If you thing, you are smart and active – be secure and safe during this time of technology.

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