Windows Worms Doors Cleaner 1.4.1
Protects ports from possible threats
Opened ports rate among the most often used ways of infiltrating the system therefore it is best to keep the door shut to prevent infections. This is where Windows Worms Doors Cleaner comes into play.
By scanning the registry, this application is able to detect which services are enabled, which are currently running and it can also list the open ports.
Easy to deploy on your system
The great thing about this utility is that it will not install anything on your system. However, it does modify the registry in order to apply the changes you want to make therefore it's recommended that you create a backup of the entire registry before modifying anything with Windows Worms Doors Cleaner.
Some changes will occur after a system reboot so another piece of advice is to restart the PC to have the modifications come into effect.
Robust interface with simple settings
The interface is less appealing to the eye and more bent towards functionality. No configuration is required, simply run the app and you can to disable services and close ports that are used by dangerous and known malware to spread.
Keeps you updated on known issues
Next to the button that deactivates a service you will find the official Microsoft security bulletin that pertains to the vulnerability specific to that port. You should note that the list of open ports is hidden as you start the program, so you have to press the arrow on the right side of the GUI to activate it.
To end with
On an ending note, thanks to the great ease of use, Windows Worms Doors Cleaner can be used effortlessly even by novice users. Very lightweight and without requiring installation, this utility is ready to run right out of the box.
Reviewed by Olivian Puha on August 11th, 2014
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- website link on the GUI updated
- email link on the GUI updated
- 'DLLHOST.EXE' removed from the worm checking, beeing a legitimate executable
Application descriptionNowadays most of the worms, in particular the most famous, use known vulnerabilities in Windows services which are ena...