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Detect and remove rootkit

A root kit is an application (s) that enables remote access (illegal and administrative level) to a computer without the knowledge of the user. Because of its hidden nature, a rootkit is very difficult to find out and remove by using an anti-virus program.
GMER is an excellent and efficient free program to detect and remove any rootkit that are hidden on your computer. However you are required little bit knowledge about your operating system. That is, this application is for advanced users, if you are a beginner it is advisable not to use this, because it touches many critical parts of your operating system such as registry, TCP/IP ports, etc.
GMER runs on Windows NT/W2K/XP/VISTA
More information and download [via - bloginformatico]


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