When we look at the background processes running in our Windows PCs, it is very tough to make sense of each of the processes, especially since there are so many of them running at a time. There are some tools like SVCHost Viewer which lets you know and understand about each of the SVChost.exe running on the system, but what about hundreds of DLLs which get loaded and run all the time?

SpyDLLRemover is a standalone tool to effectively detect and delete spywares from the system. It comes with advanced spyware scanner which can quickly discover hidden Rootkit processes as well as suspcious/injected DLLs within all running processes. It not only performs sophisticated auto analysis on process DLLs but also displays them with various threat-levels, which greatly helps in quick identification of malicious DLLs.

SpyDLL scans and analyzes all the DLL files and displays the result of the analysis in a color coded table sorted by threat level. Dll files that have passed the scan are not displayed in the program’s interface, only dangerous, suspicious and those that need further analysis are displayed.


It supports removing the DLL, killing the process and removing all which will remove both the processes and DLLs. You can even do a research of your own on the DLLs right from the tool by clicking on the Check Online button.

The user interface is pretty raw and not eye-pleasing but don’t judge this app by its looks. SpyDLL is compatible with Windows 7 and works with XP/Vista as well. The tool was really quick while scanning and the results were good as well.

Download SpyDLL Remover here [Portable version]


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  • http://www.webtrickz.com Mayur

    I prefer Super Antispyware and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware which are best antispyware software and Free too. Super Antispyware also has a portable version.

  • chuck

    Great find! Just installed on Win7 Pro 32bit.Found two “dangerous” entries,but under the Spy Scanner tab,the options for Check Online and Process Info are grayed out.Anyone?

  • chuck

    More info-same result on Win7 Ulimate 64bit-no dangerous entries,but only some legitimate processes enable the Scan Online feature.No revelation here,as it sends you to Uniblue’s Process Library which was unable to make an ID anyway-no surprise there.Very disappointing that the two(now three)dangerous processes can’t be researched without export for outside analysis.None the less,now going with “good find” Be well Raju!

  • http://biotechnology-zone.blogspot.com Jenie

    I have used only Super Antispyware as told bhy Mayur above.. For me it has worked great and now m looking to try spydll

  • ha14

    used some months ago, forgot about it but now thanks to you it merged again, as i remembre the scan is fast, but didnt revealed any dangerous process, but perhaps my system was clean;

  • paulcrousel

    wow the soft find a malicious ddl that my antivirus missed it, thanks for this article;

  • http://www.webtlk.com Frank

    I prefer Spybot search and destroy..it is free and comes with free updates.

  • http://www.webtlk.com Frank

    Despite I dont like its UI I have to say that the software is really effective. Nothing in comparison with Spybot Search & Destroy but sill it is a good product.Thanks

  • http://www.ameeto.com Abhimanyu

    I also suggest malwrebite just like mayur said.!!
    any way it’s good software.!!
    But if you use Kaspersky it give you full protection.!!