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Trendmicro RUBotted Detects and Removes Botnets From Your PC

RUBotted is a new security product from Trendmicro (currently beta) which is capable of detecting known and unknown variants of known botnet families including some of the most notorious botnets today such as ZBOT/Zeus (bank information stealer), KOOBFACE (Web 2 botnet) and WALEDAC (spamming bot). RUBotted monitors your computer for any suspicious activities associated with botnet malware and if detected it’ll clean them with HouseCall.

RUBotted is a free product and this new release features improved detection of unknown versions of bot clients and better cleaning capabilities. Moreover, it is fully compatible with other antivirus products that may already be installed in your systems.

Bots are malicious files that enable cybercriminals to secretly take control of your computer. RUBotted protects your system by continuously monitoring your computer for potential infection and suspicious activities.

RUBotted can be downloaded free at this link.


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