'Windows Service' is a program designed to perform specific service which is started automatically when Windows boots and runs as long as System is up and running. Services normally run with 'System' privilege thus enabling them to execute higher privilege operations which otherwise cannot be performed by normal processes. Due to these advantages, often malware applications use services to monitor and control the target system.
In this direction, AdvancedWinServiceManager makes it easy to eliminate such malicious services by separating out third party services from Windows services. By default it shows only third party services along with more details such as Company Name, Description, Install Date, File Path etc at one place which helps in quickly differentiating between legitimate and malicious services. It comes with rich features such as detecting hidden rootkit services, exporting the service list to html based log file, displaying only third party services etc. All these unique things make it stand apart when compared to 'Windows Service Management Console'.
Credit: Nagareshwar Talekar.
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