Find antivirus running through Windows 7 command line

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Through my Windows 7 command line, can I get the name of the antivirus that's currently running? Tasklist shows everything that's running but I want to see the name. Thank you.
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I don’t think you will find it through the command line. Besides unless you installed one specifically it will be running the WIndows default.  You could always go to the control panel > add/remove programs and look at the list of applications. Or try looking under the security and maintenance area to see what is running.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Please try this one, open command prompt with admin rights, then type wmic and press enter key. Now it goes wmic prompt. Here you can type as: product get name to see onscreen product names and you can see the antivirus name also. If you wish to put this on a .txt file, then you can type as: output:<drivename\<filename.txt> product get name. If you want versions also, then simply type as product get name, version and press enter key. Here <drivename> indicates as C:/ D: drive names and <filename> indicates like programs.txt so it looks like /output:d:\programs.txt product get name, version.
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