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kill - terminate a thread
kill  [id | name]+
killp [child | wireshark]


Command kill attempts to kill the thread(s) with the specified thread ID id or name. The command will terminate a specified thread unless it is immortal. Termination is final and permanent. All record of the thread is removed, so it cannot be recovered or continued.

Command killp attempts to kill the specified external Windows Process on which a NAT32 thread may be waiting or which has inherited NAT32 handles. A child process is typically created with one of the execw or win commands, whereas a wireshark process is started with the start wireshark command.

ps, exec, wtrace