- Livanletdi.exe is a tricky malware that you don't identify easily.
- However, you can try to remove using the classic method of a third-party antivirus; keep reading to see how.
- There's more interesting information on the same topic in the Malware area on our website.
- Whenever you're dealing with similar issues, you can come to our Removal Guides library and there's a good chance to find a useful article.
Livanletdi.exe is yet another piece of malware that gives a hard time to various antivirus solutions.
It looks like the variation of so many hijackers or keyloggers, and it’s usually located in Task Manager.
In the given location, the virus functions like any other background service so it might be hard to recognize or eliminate it. But, in this article, we’ll try to give you a better insight into what this intruding service is and how to deal with it accordingly.
What is livanletdi.exe and how to remove it from your PC?
How Livanletdi works
Livanletdti.exe infiltrates into your system and stays active in the background without noticeable resource trace.
Apparently, it comes as the side-loaded hidden installer with some other suspicious apps. Meaning that its entry point is probably connected to some applications with liability that are mostly malware on their own. So, in order to avoid further infections, make sure to avoid suspicious software from untrusted sources.
The worst thing about Livanletdti.exe is that it’s incredibly hard to deal with. Most of the antivirus solutions can’t track it down and remove it. Furthermore, it seems that the by-hand approach doesn’t guarantee a positive outcome, as well.
Nonetheless, we prepared some troubleshooting steps that should help you get rid of Livanletdi.exe for good.
How to remove Livanletdti.exe for good from your system
1. Run a full scan of your computer
We strongly recommend that you run an in-depth or full scan of your computer, that should remove any malicious elements.
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2. Remove Livanletdi.exe manually
- Open Task Manager and open Details.
- Locate Livanletdi.exe, right-click on it, and go to Open file location to see where the virus is located in your system.
- Then, boot in Safe Mode and navigate to the malware location.
- Delete it and restart your PC.
That should do it. Tell us how you got rid of this malware; perhaps you used another solution.
FAQ: Learn more about programs running in the background
- How do I find out what programs are running in the background?
You can find what programs are running in the background by opening the Task Manager. See this useful guide on how to use the tool.
- How do I stop background processes?
Managing the processes from Task Manager is perhaps the most common method, and we can show you how to do it, plus some alternatives.
- What can I remove from Task Manager?
You should remove useless background processes that affect the performance of your PC.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in January 2018 and was revamped and updated in July 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.