Process Hacker v1.5 released
Process Hacker is a free and open source process viewer and memory editor with unique features such as powerful process termination and a Regex memory searcher. It can show services, processes and their threads, modules, handles and memory regions.
New / Improved
- #2831605 - "Add handle count by type to process properties handle tab"
- #2836706 - "Signature Column in Processes"
- Improved kernel modules list
- Detects custom kernels
- Performance improvements
- KTM resource manager information
- Windows XP BSODs
- Incorrect drive letter resolving for file handles
- Linked token display on x64
Key features of Process Hacker
- A simple, customizable tree view with highlighting showing you the processes running on your computer.
- Detailed performance graphs, a complete list of services and full control over them (start, stop, pause, resume and delete).
- A list of network connections.
- Comprehensive information for all processes: full process performance history, thread listing and stacks with dbghelp symbols, token information, module and mapped file information, virtual memory map, environment variables, handles, ...
- Full control over all processes, even processes protected by rootkits or security software. Its kernel-mode driver has unique abilities which allows it to terminate, suspend and resume all processes and threads, including software like IceSword, avast! anti-virus, AVG Antivirus, COMODO Internet Security, etc. (just to name a few).
- Find hidden processes and terminate them. Process Hacker detects processes hidden by simple rootkits such as Hacker Defender and FU.
- Easy DLL injection and unloading - simply right-click a process and select "Inject DLL" to inject and right-click a module and select "Unload" to unload!
- .NET Framework 2.0
- Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or above, 32-bit or 64-bit. Please note that certain functionality including detection of hidden processes, full control over all processes and the ability to protect/unprotect processes is only available on 32-bit systems.