DLL UnInjector is a useful Windows OS utility to unload DLLs within a selected process.
This can be useful for removing malware DLLs or DLLs which are deemed suspicious so that they may be deleted from disk, if need be. In order for a DLL module to be deleted from disk all loaded instances of the module within process memory space must be unloaded prior to deletion.
For Windows 7 SP1, 8, 8.1, 10, 11 (32/64-bit)
This tool can help you unload loaded DLLs and is a good companion when you
need to remove a malicious DLL file installed in your system. Just enter the full DLL file path and click the button Scan. Then click the button Unload and at the end click Delete
button to delete the DLL file from disk.
Effectively unload and uninject any DLL file loaded in your system.
Safely remove a loaded DLL file (make sure to first unload it).
View detailed information about the loaded DLL file (process, handle, etc).
Useful to effectively unload (and remove) malicious DLL files related to malware or other pests.
The software application uses only a few MBs of memory, you will not even notice it.
The program is free from spyware, adware or other pests, nothing extra is installed.
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[08-Mar-2023] - v220.127.116.11 + Improved support for high-DPI + Improved installer and uninstaller scripts + Updated NoVirusThanks License Manager to latest version + Font Segoe UI is now used on all UI elements + Minor fixes and optimizations + Updated internal libraries [15-May-2022] - v18.104.22.168 + Improved support for Windows 11 + Application is no longer signed with SHA1 code signing certificate + By default the program runs in 30-days trial mode + Automate product activation via setup.exe command-line /LICENSEKEY= + Integrated NoVirusThanks License Manager + Improved installer/uninstaller script + Changed End User License Agreement (EULA) + Minor fixes and optimizations
|March 08, 2023
|Windows 7 SP1, 8, 8.1, 10, 11 (32/64-bit)
|Setup File Size