Monday, February 22, 2010

Security Task Manager : Free and Safer Task Manager.

Security Task Manager shows all active processes on your computer. You can easily recognize the endangering potential of each process. No other Task Manager or Process Viewer has this feature. Furthermore you can put a process into quarantine or search the internet for information about that process.
"Security Task Manager tells you exactly what programs are running on your computer - and it gives you answers to the obvious ensuing questions, such as where these programs reside, who makes them, what they are called, whether they include hidden components, and what all this means to your computer." - PCWorld Editor Laura Blackwell

Security Task Manager shows comprehensible information about programs and processes running on the computer. For each Windows process, it improves on Windows Task Manager, providing:
  • unique security risk rating.
  • free online scan with all known Antivirus engines.
  • full directory path and file name.
  • process description.
  • CPU usage graph.
  • embedded hidden functions. (e.g. keyboard monitoring, browser supervision or manipulation)
  • process type. (e.g. visible window, systray program, DLL, IE-plugin, startup service)
The Security Task Manager detects unknown malware and rootkits hidden from your antivirus software.
Note: To run the software without installation simply download the ZIP file, unzip it and start program. On Windows Vista, program's help file needs Microsoft WinHlp32
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