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RootAlyzer detects hidden rootkits from your computer

Rootkits (programs, including viruses, spyware, and Trojans), are dangerous programs that monitor traffic and keystrokes and make a backdoor into the system for the hacker's use. They enable administrator-level access to a computer or a network system. They are often hiding their presence from virus scanners, so, only a scanner specialized in this type of malware can help.

The RootAlyzer is a freeware tool that can detects various hiding methods usually used by rootkits. It goes through the file system, the registry and process related lists. When you start RootAlyzer, it performs a very quick scan of a few important places, taking about a second on modern machines. To check the full system, you have the possibility of choosing a Deep Scan.

The program doesn’t required an installation, just run the RootAlyzer exe file and it supports Windows 2000, XP and Vista. More information and download is available from forums.spybot.info

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  1. Very good, I'm needing an app to keep my pc clean of dangerous stuff.

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