Earlier we posted about how you can use ZHPDiag to detect malicious programs and unwanted programs (PUP) in Windows. ZHPDiag can perform a complete diagnosis of your Windows PC and find out unwanted elements or malicious programs. When ZHPDiag diagnosis is complete, you can view the report generated by it. But this report is for the security experts who deal in malware removal. For the ordinary user, this is not easy to understand. This is where ZHPLite comes in – it is a tool to process the reports generated by ZHPDiag, analyze them and if necessary, create a script to remove the malicious items from your PC.
ZHPLite must be used in conjunction with two other tools by the same developer – ZHPDiag and ZHPFix. The ZHPDiag, as already stated, can scan your PC for the presence of malicious programs and potentially unwanted programs. The report generated by ZHPDiag is then processed in ZHPLite which can also create a script to remove the detected problems and malicious programs from your PC. But this script can be used only by ZHPFix, so after you have the cleaning script, you can launch ZHPFix to load and process this cleaning script.
ZHPLite has the familiar interface as other tools by Nicolas Coolman. You have to cop-paste the report from ZHPDiag and then click on the big scanner button (with magnifying glass icon). This will make ZHPLite analyze the report and show you the summary. It also displays the visual counters below the summary of analysis – how many malicious items are found, how many unwanted programs are detected and so on.
In order to create the cleaning script, you can click on the cleaning brush icon. A clean script is instantly generated. ZHPLite mentions that this script should be cleared by a security expert first and only then you can use it. Anyway, if you want to use this generated clean script, you can launch ZHPFix, choose Import, load this script and later choose the Go button to run this script.
Conclusion: ZHPLite makes it easy to analyze the comprehensive report generated by ZHPDiag. It can also create a cleaning script that can later be used in ZHPFix to clean the malicious items detected by ZHPDiag.
You can download ZHPLite from https://www.nicolascoolman.com/fr/download/zhplite/.