A new rootkit detector

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    A new rootkit detection tool. Just saw it on rootkitcom.

    http://www.rootkit.com/

    I tried after installing some rootkits and its detection seems not bad. The very pleasanr thing is that it sacns very fast. .It scanned my system partition in less than half min.

    Have fun!
     

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    I played with this one last night. Needs more work of course, but not a bad start all in all. Remains to be seen how far he wants to take it. English spelling is suspect too, widnows :D
     
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    He is not an english speaker, he already wrote it. He might not be an english speaker.
     
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    Point being one mispelled number or letter and the program might choke. But i'm sure he is aware of that. The app itself didn't crunch and ran well plus offered some useful insight/data.
     
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    I am especially impressed with its scan speed. Also just like gmer it shows suspicious issues in read so u don,t neeed to search.
     
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    Here is what he says:
     
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    SystemJunkie Resident Conspiracy Theorist

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    Ah okay Easter already discovered the new toy.. lool..

    And I got a nice BSOD!!

    Yeesssss much faster then RkU, hehe.
     
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    Hi, can u send him mini dump etc, he seems interested! See the discussion at rootkit.com
     
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    You betcha ;)

    If not for my instincts for these new apps i would probably use some web site monitoring program to alert me the instant a new reply is been made.

    Don't want to miss a single new news or proof-of-concept these days. It's an exciting time to be equipped with a Windows system, security vendors in all fields are tipping the scales without end with newer techniques to improve users security, their more educational than ever before which doesn't leave us groping in the dark anymore over microsoft's lack of sharing knowledge.

    Speaking of that, is any Windows O/S really come equipped with a in-detailed users manual aside from their PR brags? I sure haven't found one yet.

    Security vendors sure do, some really lay out in detail workings that can be of not just interest but useful for a user to get a better handle on what they have going on in front of them after the ON switch. :D
     
  10. Kees1958

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    AIgle,

    Fast indeed, Gmer like display with better use of colours.

    Regards K
     
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    SystemJunkie Resident Conspiracy Theorist

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    That´s true, microsoft don´t share they buy knowledge especially from russians and they are very happy with it because microsoft themselves have a huge lack of knowledge about their own creations.
     
  12. aigle

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    Ya, let,s hope it will be polished more!
     
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