Editor: It works by scanning the drives for the presence of removable drives.
If found, it parses the AutoRun.inf file for the executables it may run.
If AutoProtect is enabled, it will automatically delete the files present on the drive.
otherwise, you will be asked if you want the suspected files deleted.
In general a USB drive of any kind, a pendrive, ipod, mp3 Players, mobile phones, all
may contain viruses, they just act as carriers, the viruses/trojans exploit the autorun.inf file
to execute themselves whenever you try to open the drive by double clicking. They even may
shadow the Open, Explore, Search, etc, other features using the shell commands.
It displays all the current running processes along with its user, memory usage and full path.
It is useful for finding and killing currently running processes (viruses/trojans).
To use the ‘Kill’ feature you need to enable the ‘Enable Advanced Options’ in the Settings Tab.
Screenshots are not available currently.
What's New in iKill 3.2.0 Build 190
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.