There is an entire group of hacking tools that hide under the name HackTool.Wpakill. All these tools are created in order disable Windows Product Activation (WPA), Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) or Windows Activation Technologies (WAT). It disables Windows operating system activation and thus allows user to make use of illegal copy of Windows. HackTool.Wpakill does so by changing system files, stopping a number of system services and terminating particular processes. The downside of using this tool is that user cannot update the operating system thus making it vulnerable to a number of infections. Also, HackTool.Wpakill modifies the operating system itself, so instead of considering the possibility of using this tool, remove HackTool.Wpakill right now and invest in a legitimate copy of Windows operating system.
The most dangerous thing about downloading HackTool.Wpakill to crack illegal operating system, is that the hack tool is very often bundled with potentially unwanted software and even malware applications. Therefore, by downloading HackTool.Wpakill you would be willingly (albeit unwittingly) installing malicious applications on your computer as well.
Once HackTool.Wpakill is run, it makes sure that the "Activate Windows" link is removed from your Start Menu. Then if you open Activate Windows dialog, you will see a message which says "Already Activated". That happens because once you execute HackTool.Wpakill it replaces a number of legitimate Windows files with its own. There are many different variants in different languages for HackTool.Wpakill, and these hack tools can be downloaded directly by users at various Internet websites. Despite the fact that users often use this tool to crack Windows, in the wild HackTool.Wpakill is known to be a malware distributor. It usually comes with backdoors, worms, password stealers, Trojans, adware, potentially unwanted software and so on.
Run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner to figure out whether you are infected with malware and remove HackTool.Wpakill from your computer, to make sure that you are not exposed to other possible malware infections.
Danger level: 6