Danger level 7
Type: Malware

HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B

HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B is a type of program which can bypass the Windows Activation Technologies in Windows 7. It is not an extremely dangerous malicious application, but it can mess with your original Windows updates and confirmation processes. There are no exact symptoms for this infection. If you have an antivirus program installed, the notifications received from it can be the only signs that you have HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B in your system.

The most important thing you need to know about this program, is that it is ILLEGAL. When it is installed and run in your computer HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B disables certain components by stopping services or terminating processes. What is more, the hack tool can also modify a few Windows files. It affects a few dynamic link libraries which are responsible for Windows activation and software licensing.

Simply speaking, HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B deletes the Windows License Monitoring Service, and it also disables the Sppsvc service which is responsible for downloading, installing and enforcing license for Windows and its applications. This type of malware is also able to kill a few scheduled tasks which are necessary for the Windows anti-piracy update.

There are some users who would welcome this hack tool into their computers, but you should also keep in mind that a few components which belong to HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B are recognized as Trojans by certain antivirus programs. Some of them are even categorized as Trojan downloader. It means that with HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B in your system you might “attract” other parasites onto your computer and after some time you would be suffering from multiple infections.

Therefore, it clear that you need to remove HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B from your computer. It is very hard to do it manually if you are not a computer specialist, so you should get yourself a reliable antimalware tool that will terminate the program for your automatically. Clean your system and don’t let new threats enter it anymore.

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How to manually remove HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B

Files associated with HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B infection:

RemoveWAT 2.2.6.exe
icp3.exe
hndclient.exe
ndsuk.dll
hndclient.exe
ejnnp.dll
zw7pekms.exe
T.R gdata.exe
OfficeResetAuto.exe
Office activator.exe
KMService.exe
keymaker.exe
keygen.exe
KeyGen (FFF).exe
fltlib.dll
AutoKMS.exe
ashampkeygen.exe
adbcd.dll
start.exe
scanquery151.exe
icp3.exe
hti.exe
windows32.exe
widmoa.dll
ursxd.dll
teavv.dll
TCPIE.dll
questscan143.exe
mswsock.dll
kelebek.exe
btwdiw32.dll
Blackout RO.exe
baauteb.exe
removewat.exe
TCPIE.dll
ejnnp.dll
Blackout RO.exe
ndsuk.dll
baauteb.exe
RemoveWAT.exe
btwdiw32.dll
widmoa.dll
start.exe
kelebek.exe
windows32.exe
teavv.dll
ursxd.dll
hti.exe
questscan143.exe
mswsock.dll
scanquery151.exe

HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B DLL's to remove:

mswsock.dll
TCPIE.dll
teavv.dll
ejnnp.dll
ndsuk.dll
widmoa.dll
ndsuk.dll
ejnnp.dll
fltlib.dll
adbcd.dll
widmoa.dll
ursxd.dll
teavv.dll
TCPIE.dll
mswsock.dll
btwdiw32.dll
ursxd.dll
btwdiw32.dll

HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B processes to kill:

start.exe
icp3.exe
kelebek.exe
hndclient.exe
zw7pekms.exe
T.R gdata.exe
OfficeResetAuto.exe
Office activator.exe
KMService.exe
keymaker.exe
keygen.exe
KeyGen (FFF).exe
AutoKMS.exe
ashampkeygen.exe
start.exe
scanquery151.exe
icp3.exe
hti.exe
windows32.exe
questscan143.exe
kelebek.exe
Blackout RO.exe
baauteb.exe
removewat.exe
hndclient.exe
RemoveWAT.exe
scanquery151.exe
hti.exe
windows32.exe
questscan143.exe
Blackout RO.exe
RemoveWAT 2.2.6.exe
baauteb.exe
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Comments

  1. bhairav patel Apr 10, 2012

    wow sir wow.. great.. thnak u very much

  2. Pcthreat Apr 13, 2012

    You're welcome! Glad we could help removing HackTool:Win32/Wpakill.B

  3. student good health Nov 17, 2012

    what is worse wpa disables your complete system or it is being disabled?
    oh yes i didnot pay for it, but i am a student that has no money too even pay for my social health insurance and school is pressing me to use a pc with at least w7 on it.
    So what should i do now?

  4. nick May 11, 2013

    thnx

  5. anon Jun 30, 2013

    @studentgoodhealh: you're a tool! While this is a piece of malware...it is not malicious as this site leads you to be. As for your healthcare; that's not our problem...its yours!!! I don't think a piece of malware would cause your government to deny you healthcare. ***** moron

  6. WAA Aug 23, 2013

    I refuse some danger informations about the subject. Not all of us do that for create virus/malware and so and so. WPAkill alouds to Windows stay activate. And that`s all.Get it?
    WAA

  7. Pcthreat Aug 27, 2013

    Our missions is to make sure that a users computer is as safe as possible, so we chose to inform in a more secure manner.

  8. BAS Nov 13, 2013

    its not dangerous more saver than the most exe updates from ms

  9. d Jan 11, 2014

    SOMEONE got a check from microsoft to write this.

  10. noa Jan 21, 2014

    Right, d! Quite funny.

    I came across this in my Win7 virtual machine, running in Xubuntu.

    Thanks to pcthreat for the useful info anyway! Great site.

  11. easypeasy Jan 21, 2014

    #5 anon, is it really so difficult to just be a little nicer?

  12. Security Specialist Jan 8, 2015

    @ #5 anon> dude, bet your parents are filthy (and so are u), not rich in a matter of speaking, but poor in spirit! I do not know why I even bother talking about you. Everyone knows that students in the US are born slaves to serve the government. I guess the only mistake you made is writing a capital T in the word tool! That is what you all are!

  13. Jamie Nov 1, 2015

    Why is it so hard to leave competent comments? Probably because all people who have this pirated their Windows copy.

    If you like not being pestered by Windows notifications every second telling you to buy a legitimate copy of Windows I suggest you leave this "malware" as it is.

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