Steps To Find And Kill All Remote Connecting Malware
- First of all, you need to run the command prompt by pressing the Windows button as an administrator and then typing cmd, and then right-clicking on it and choose Run as Administrator.
- Now type “netstat -b -o 5” in your command prompt screen.
- Netstat is a useful utility for checking internet and network connections.
- B This feature displays the executable, which includes making each connection or listening port.
- O This feature displays the ownership process ID associated with each connection.
- integer (i.e. 5) Used to display results with a precise number of seconds between integer displays. It continues until the command Ctrl + c stops.
- Now open your Task Manager and go to the “Details” tab. Under the Details tab, you can see some more information about name, PID, status and running applications.
- You can sort the PID by clicking on this tab at the top. Once the process ID is sorted, you can find a suspicious PID.
- Right click on that particular PID and you can see many options in which there are two important options for you: –End task
Open file location
- Do not click on “End Task” before opening a file location. So, first click on “open file location” which will open the suspicious malware location and then you can terminate that task.
- In the file location, you can delete the malware and do what you have done, now all these operating will see the outgoing connection and will prevent it and with that, you will be able to secure PC from contaminated threats.
So the above discussion is all about how to get and remove all remote connecting malware on Windows. Use this simple and easy way and you can easily get rid of all the malware that can free up your private details and keep your privacy in jeopardy. So try it today