Kiwi X is an exploit with Zero crashes, Short Key System, Level 7 API Support and Always Improving. Pretty cool UI, can execute a few complicated scripts has a lot of functions.
|File Name||Kiwi X|
|Supported OS||Windows 7, Windows 10|
|Last Update||November 25, 2021|
Download Kiwi X
How to Install Kiwi X Exploit?
Step #1 Download
Step #2 Whitelisting
Antiviruses have always been a problem with exploits due to the nature of how it works. Kiwi X and other exploits use techniques that are also commonly used by malicious programs. These can cause false positives in your antivirus software. Follow the steps below if Windows Defender is blocking it.
Whitelisting in Windows Defender:
- Go to the search bar and type Windows Security Go to Virus & threat protection
- Scroll down to Virus & threat protection settings and click Manage settings
- Scroll down to Exclusions and click Add or remove exclusions
- Click on Add an exclusion and select Folder
- Click on This PC and whitelist your whole C drive. Alternatively, you can just select the folder and you should be set.
Having issues when injecting? Try installing this. * Most DLL exploits get patched every week, so you may want to check the site often for updates and unpatches. Most exploits found on Kiwi Exploits support Windows 7 or above operating systems. Kiwi Exploits does not develop for operating systems other than Microsoft Windows, But you can try and find methods to function on OS. Or wait for applications to support OS.
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