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Bitdefender Rootkit Remover: Remove All Known Rootkits from Your PC

The Bitdefender Rootkit Remover is a simple to use free application for Windows that lets you find and eliminate known rootkits quickly and effectively. What is great with this tool is that you don’t need to reboot your computer into safe mode to use this tool. Just run it and click “Start Scan” button, it will instantly perform the scan and then you can cleanup, if any threat found.

For your information, Rootkits are a kind of malware that enables administrator- level access to a computer or a network system. Rootkits can hide their presence from normal Antivirus programs by activating before your computer booted up completely, so to detect their presence, special ant-rootkit programs like Bitdefender Rootkit Remover are necessary.

 Bitdefender Rootkit Remover deals easily with many known rootkits such as Mebroot, all TDL families (TDL/SST/Pihar), Mayachok, Mybios, Plite, XPaj, Whistler, Alipop, Cpd, Fengd, Fips, Guntior, MBR Locker, Mebratix, Niwa, Ponreb, Ramnit, Stoned, Yoddos, Yurn, and Zegost.

In addition, it can clean infections with Necurs, the last rootkit standing. Please note that the above list of rootkts may be outdated. New rootkit families are added, as they become known.

Download: Bitdefender Rootkit is available in x86 and x64 versions. Please choose the right one for your system. Download it from here.


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