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Sophos new anti-rootkit for Windows 7

Rootkits are malware programs (viruses, spyware, and Trojans) that hide from anti-virus programs ( they are activated before your computer has completely booted up) and enable administrator-level access to a computer or a network system.

These dangerous programs allows the installation of hidden files in a computer, monitors traffic and keystrokes and make a backdoor into the system for the hacker's use.

The new Anti-Rootkit from Sophos provides an extra layer of protection, by safely and reliably detecting and removing any rootkit that might already have hidden itself on your system.

The new version has support to Windows 7 and server 2008 (32bit and 64bit) and is quite easy to use. Whether you use its simple graphical user interface or run it from the command line, you can easily detect and remove any rootkits on your computer.

Download Sophos anti-rootkit.

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