What is GHL.EXE?
Files with .exe extensions are executable files. This means that the files have been designed to perform a specific task that has been specified through encoded instructions. Unlike data files, executable files cannot be read because they have been designed to actually perform an action.
What are GHL.exe Files?
GHL.exe files are components of dangerous malware that have been used to infect computers. They are malicious threats to your computer's security and as such, they should be removed promptly. GHL.exe files are newcomers to cyberspace and due to this fact, not a lot of information is currently available on them.
It is possible that .ghl files are packed in with other software. GHL.exe files have been seen in various sizes as more than one variety exists. In particular, the GHE.exe file has been discovered to be associated with the following malware groups: Malware Dropper and Cloaked Malware. Both of these malware groups are harmful to your computer's operating system and should be removed quickly and thoroughly.
What Do GHL Files Do?
GHL files are added to the registry and set up to auto start and load another program onto your computer. The program that is loaded is typically a form of malware that should not be allowed to remain on your computer. Certain malware programs use files with the .ghl extension in order to hijack a computer, install additional malware, or otherwise inflict harm.
What Programs Should Be Used to Remove GHL Files?
If you suspect that the GHL.exe file on your computer is harmful, you should use an up-to-date anti-spyware/anti-virus application to remove it. If you aren't sure whether or not it is a form of malware, you should scan it to check before installing it.
If you currently have an anti-spyware/anti-virus application on your computer, you should update it before using it to scan your computer for malware. If you do not currently have an anti-spyware/anti-virus application, I can recommend Anti-Virus PLUS. No matter which application you use to remove GHL.exe files, you should reboot and scan your computer again to ensure that you have properly removed it. Remember that this type of file is designed to auto start and the best way to make sure that you have gotten rid of it is to reboot and run your malware removal program again. If it is not successful in removing .ghl files, you should consider using a second anti-spyware/anti-virus application.