Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by CloneRanger, Apr 23, 2011.
So says EP_X0FF & he should know
"In my opinion it's time to drop x86 legacy and antirootkits as it part. This software must die together with 32 bits. As soon as it only possible.
Time to drop 32-bit OS.
the best anti-rootkit is a well configure hips program
No, the best anti-rootkit is a clean disk image.
If we carry on a little further, the best way to avoid rootkit would be linux live cd.
But yeah in windows it would be clean image
I just wonder, any decent rootkit scanner for 64bit?
The only 2 anti-rootkits compatible with Windows 64-bit that I know of are Sophos Anti-Rootkit and SanityCheck.
There's also Kaspersky TDSSKiller, which focuses on only one family of rootkits (that are successful at infecting 64-bit systems).
Thx, I'll try em
also TrueX64, DD here (kernelmode mirror)
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