|Kerish Deblocker: removes lock screen viruses even after your PC has been blocked
Afterwards, the function will check the closed application and whether or not it is set to launch when Windows starts (a clear sign that this is a lock screen virus). The user will be asked to add it to the blacklist to prevent it from running on the computer.
In addition, you can hold the Pause Break key instead of Escape for ten seconds to not only end the process of the currently active window but also all non-system processes.
This feature allows you to deal effectively with lock screen viruses even if they are not included in the database of known malware and do not respond to anti-virus software.