ZHPDiag Detects Malicious and Unwanted Programs in Windows

Every year thousands of new malicious software enter the cyber space with the sole intent of victimizing the innocent PC users and rob them of their hard earned money. The only way to keep yourself safe is to keep all of your important data backed up on local as well as cloud storage, to keep a reputed antivirus software product installed in your PC and to regularly scan your computer with alternative scanners to make sure that no malicious program sneaks under the radar into your machine.

There are several tools like SuperAntispyware, Malwarebytes and Eset Online Scanner that can be used to scan your PC just to make sure that no malware infection has taken place. ZHPDiag is another such tool that can carry out a complete diagnosis of your Windows PC and find out unwanted elements or malicious program.


ZHPDiag comes as a portable software that you can launch without having to install anything. The program works on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. In the main window there are options to scan your PC and repair it if any infections are found.

But before you go forth with the scanning, you should choose the categories of programs that it scans for by clicking on the Options and making the selections from the large number of options. Typically, most of the users should leave all the options selected so that ZHPDiag can scan your system thoroughly.


After the scanning a message is displayed about how many infections or other undesired elements were detected. On the right side of the window, a count of the total infections is also displayed. If it does find something unwanted in your PC, then options to repair your PC should be chosen.


Conclusion: ZHPDiag is an alternative malware scanner that can find some of the sneaky malicious and unwanted software that could be hiding in your PC. It should be used as an additional security measure along with your regular antivirus software.

You can download ZHPDiag from https://www.nicolascoolman.com/download/zhpdiag/.