UnHackMe 5.99< のgiveaway は 2013年9月30日
UnHackMeは問題点を認識するソフトウエアをして作成されたらが、 Google Search 再ダイレクト、Rootkits, Trojans, Backdoors, Viruses, Worms, Adware, Spyware, Keyloggersなどから予防。
Windows 2000/ 2003/ XP/ 2008/ Vista/ 7/ 8 (x32/x64); Pentium 300 CPU or better; 256 MB RAM; 10 MB of free disk space; Compatible with all known antiviral software
RegRun Security Suite Platinumは完全なコンピューターのセキュリティーシステムで、24 のシステム保護ツールを提供、 Rootkits/Trojans/Adware/Spywareなどから保護し Windows のボート過程をスピードアップ、コンピューターを管理。 RegRun Suite は既存の保護システムと対応。
BootRacer はWindows のブート時間を管理、システム稼動の時間をチェックしコンピューターがスローダウンした際に危険信号を提示してその処理スピードを管理。コンピューターのスローダウン状況を知らせて早めの処理必要状況を通知。
Screen Beagle はスクリーンを拡大、コピー、保存。2つのスクリーン上の距離をピクソル、インチ、ミリメーターで測り、カラーをコピー。クリックひとつで作業完了。
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4 Thumbs DOWN 1 minute after being published here....LOL!
Anyway, from my experience when a tool like this claims to be able to detect and destroy any kind of malware out there (Rootkits, Trojans, Backdoors, Viruses, Worms, Keyloggers etc...), 9 times out of 10 it manages to find and remove just a little percentage of it.
The main purpose of this GAOTD is to prevent rootkits from hiddenly installing in your system and for what I can see this tool can be classified as "average" (meaning GOOD but NOT GREAT).
Big CONS is of course the fact that as GAOTD it cannot be updated for FREE, which is not a big deal for an antimalware product like this, is it?
BETTER FREE ALTERNATIVES
* Comodo Cleaning Essentials + Comodo Rescue Disk (==> My Personal First Choice)
* OSHI Unhooker (==> My Personal First Choice)
Terrific FREE APP which uses extremely complex and unique heuristics algorithms and indepth system analysis to detect and remove any kind of rootkits out there, including the unknown ones, as well as abnormal activities triggered by malware.
* (Portable) Kaspersky-TDSSKiller + AVZ Antiviral Toolkit (==> My Personal First Choice)
* Avast Anti-Rootkit
* SpyDllRemover + RemoteDLL + StreamArmor + Hidden CMD Detector
* Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit Beta
* Hidden File System Reader
* Dr.Web CureIt! (==> Superb FREE on-demand virus scanner)
My 0.00000000000002 cents for today's giveaway...
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*Detects and removes rootkits plus trojans, backdoor programs, viruses, worms, adware, spyware, search redirecting software, unwanted, useless programs
*Allows you to scan for rootkits on Windows boot
*Has a registry guard component that protects registry from changes
*Can create a HijackThis-like log that you can send to others for troubleshooting
*Overexaggerates the issues found on your computer, a bit too much like scareware
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I reserve judgment (but wont be downloading) after reading this
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Just a bit of background on this type of program (but not this specific program).
There are numerous types of programs that are designed to cause havoc and problems on your PC. Years ago, a virus would 'infect' your machine (normally by changing code in .exe programs) to display a message or show a silly game. People would share programs and thus run the infected file on another PC, which would then 'infect' other .exe files ... thus, the virus would spread like a virus.
Fast forward to the Internet age, and while its much easier to pick up viruses (everyone downloads .exe files all the time from a wide manner of sites) there are additional types - malware, adware, rootkits, keyloggers, etc. Its a generic term to say, "I've got a virus" but most malware (malicious software) are programs that get installed, and tuck themselves in the Windows registry, rather than infect singular files.
Unfortunately, by its open design, Windows is easy to become compromised, and the registry (a database of system settings and key information for Windows to operate correctly) to become damaged or littered with settings so that as you clear out one set of problems, another set is created.
Rootkits are stealthy type of software, designed to hide the existence of certain processes or programs from normal methods of detection and enable continued privileged access to a computer. Installation of rootkits can be via direct attack on a system (i.e. exploiting a known vulnerability, password (either by cracking, privilege escalation, or social engineering). Once installed, it becomes possible to hide the intrusion as well as to maintain privileged access.
Unfortunately, if a software scan of a compromised machine comes back clean, it does not mean that machine is no longer compromised - it just means the software did not detect it. Its no different to taking your car to a mechanic after hearing a problem with the exhaust, only to be told "Its fine - I can't see a problem" despite the exhaust half hanging on the floor. Sometimes, the best (and most secure) method of malware removal is to reinstall the operating system. Thankfully, with disk imaging products now free, this tedious task is made quicker and easier.
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Quickly able to install and register the software and start a scan.
As it steps through the various stages it asks you to go to the next one and then the next one, why doesn't just pop through them and give the results at the end I have no idea.
It found a few problems or so it claimed and asked if I wanted them removing, and I honestly didn't know because I didn't feel I had enough information to make a good choice.
Programs of this nature have to instil a feeling of confidence in the results or understandable and clear information and I didn't get it from this program.
The simplicity of true viruses has gone and the complexity and variety of malware is difficult to keep up with, therefore it is imperative that programs of this nature aid the user in understanding.
Younger more agile minds may find it useful, but this old noggin got in a bit of a tangle, so I'll just say maybe it's worth a look at.
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