Rootkit Revealer v.1.4.0.0 problem

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  1. spy1

    spy1 Registered Member

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    Just d/l'ed it and installed. 6a479c55ebd2852288c1509156a8db54 is the MD5 of what I got.

    Tried to run it, but I get this after it tries to open for a few seconds (see screenshot).

    Anyone else experiencing this?
     

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  2. ronjor

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    I just tried it and get the error.
     
  3. dog

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    Same Here Pete. ;) Looks like a bug :doubt: ... I guess it'll require an email to Mark.

    Same Checksum for the zip - MD5 - 6A479C55EBD2852288C1509156A8DB54

    and for the exe - MD5 - 70FB02E480D8971900D2B1A664182D68

    Steve
     
  4. spy1

    spy1 Registered Member

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    Thanks, ronjor. Yeah, same MD5 as yours on the exe, too. Pete

    *And, yes, I emailed Mark.
     

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  5. nick s

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    A new working build has been uploaded. Note that the "About" box still shows 1.33, but the file properties show 1.40.

    Nick
     

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  6. dog

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    Thanks for the update Nick ;)

    All is well on my end. :)

    MD5 Checksums:
    ZIP - FB01CC989D177478DF40802FEAAC9AD4
    EXE - FCB9D9D36A369090FF4BF07FFBF30C0B
     
  7. spy1

    spy1 Registered Member

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    MD5's:
    zip - fb01cc989d177478df40802feaac9ad4
    exe - fcb9d9d36a369090ff4bf07ffbf30c0b

    It occurs to me that those of us who have to shut down various programs to run RKR (either as in the case of ProcessGuard - or like programs - or ones such as IDBlaster+ or myNetWatchman) to either simply allow the program to run (PG) or to keep extraneous results from creeping in (IDB+/mNW) should probably exercise a little caution when a new version of RKR (or similar programs that force a shut-down of certain defenses) comes out - perhaps dis-connecting from the 'Net until after running the new version and then re-instating whatever was shut down so as not to be un-necessarily exposed.

    Pete
     
  8. ronjor

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    Interesting statement from the help file.

    "The bottom line is that there will never be a universal rootkit scanner, but the most powerful scanners will be on-line/off-line comparison scanners that integrate with antivirus."
     
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