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Afx Windows Rootkit Download [PORTABLE]

Rootkit Revealer is an advanced free rootkit detection software for Windows. This rootkit detection freeware roots out and the lists file system API and registry discrepancies that may execute in user or kernel mode and go unnoticed by the antivirus, spyware blocker, and other system utilities.

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Rootkit Revealer has successfully detected many persistent rootkits including Vanquish, AFX, and HackerDefender. It is important to remember that Rootkit Revealer has not been designed to detect such rootkits as Fu, which make no attempt to hidden its files or registry keys.

Programs like this rootkit detection software enable users to know if their machine is infected with one or more of the following, a virus, malware, spyware,and a trojan that may be present in the system. Basically the aforementioned computer dangers are able to hide themselves from antivirus programs, anti-spyware, anti-malware, etc and are sometimes latent in the computer for a time before being activated. There are various rootkit classifications and these depend on whether the malware survives a reboot or whether it executes in kernel mode or user mode. Read more about rootkits.

Memory-based rootkits are malware without hidden codes and thus cannot survive a computer reboot. Rootkit Revealer is able to recognize these types of malware and will recommend rebooting the system.

A rootkit may try to avoid detection in many ways. For example, a rootkit that runs in user-mode may intercepts the calls made to certain Windows APIs and change their output to delete entries that can identify the file association with these rootkits.

As mentioned above, the rootkits may try to hide their presence by modifying the API results that may reveal their file association. The Rootkit Revealer compares the system scan results of Windows API (the highest level) to the raw file system or registry content (the lowest level). Once compared, Rootkit Revealer is able to ascertain which of the data is true and which is fake or has been changed by a rootkit.

With the Internet spreading across the globe like some sort of modern-day plague it is becoming more and more important to have security on your computer system. Indeed we all know the dangers of viruses and the like, therefore having simple programs that detect rootkits or rootkit detection, rootkit scanners, etc are very important. Rootkit Revealer is one of the leaders in helping users keep rootkit penetration out of their computer. Keep you system safe from the nefarious people in this world by installing Rootkit Revealer to perform a rootkit scan on your hard disk today.

RootkitRevealer is a rootkit detection utility that can detect rootkits (hidden spyware) on the computer. It runs on Windows NT 4 and higher and its output lists Registry and file system API discrepancies that may indicate the presence of a user-mode or kernel-mode rootkit. The software can run a manual scan of the system and offers a few options : whether to display standard NTFS and enable / disable the scan of the registry data.It successfully detects many persistent rootkits including AFX, Vanquish and HackerDefender. An automatic scan can also be run through command line parameters , eg "RootkitRevealer -a" launch the software and automatically exits after the scan. The result consists in detecting thedifferences between the reality of the system and API (theone that Windows sees). It then displays a list of entries that seem strange to him. User can then determine whether these differences are normal or abnormal.

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