UnHackMe Questions

Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by daddymo3, Sep 20, 2007.

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  1. daddymo3

    daddymo3 Registered Member

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    I know that UnhackMe is for rootkits,but it also good at being a regular
    anti-trojan? And if so,Is it a good replacement for BOClean?
    I use CyberHawk and it has a rootkit scanner,is it a decent scanner?
     
  2. kenw

    kenw Registered Member

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    I just upgraded to ver 4.5 and am not sure at this point. They made many changes. I will use it for awhile and see how it goes.
    I have used Boclean , paid and now freeware, and I won't remove it for anything. One program I have come to trust !
     
  3. xpluvver

    xpluvver Registered Member

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    I just started evaluating this. It seems to be effective, if a little confusing (to me) in its interface.
     
  4. Hermescomputers

    Hermescomputers Registered Member

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    I'v used unhackme for some clients (without tech skills) and they blocked themselves out of everything causing a real mess. I actually removed it and never looked back to it as part of a defense perimeter. It's a good product i'm sure but not user friendly enough for many...

    As for it being a replacement for BOClean? I really don't think so! Other better and perhaps more sophisticated anti trojans are out there; perhaps TrojanHunter 5 or others may be a more appropriate replacement since they are like BOClean Specialized anti Trojans.
     
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