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Oshi Unhooker is developed to scan and remove hooks which disable any rootkit hidden on your computer. It is fully aimed at automatic detecting malicious software using stealth mechanisms to mask its presence in compromised system.
Oshi Unhooker, built on advanced rootkit detection algorithms, can run on all recent versions of Microsoft Windows. Oshi Unhooker is a great tool for checking presence of user-mode and/or kernel-mode rootkits.
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2 32-bit / 64-bit
~500 MB RAM or higher
~5 MB Hard Disk Space
Easy to use
Oshi Unhooker provides easy to use interface without any sophisticated settings and options. On-demand scan is started after Scan button is pressed by user. Oshi Unhooker scans the system and reports all its actions in the notification area, listing all found threats and abnormal system activities.
• detects rootkits and malware in fully automatic mode
• allows user to remove any found malicious hooks
• prevents sensetive personal information stealing/disclosure
• ensures antivirus and security software downloading/updating is not prevented by malware
• runs without installation: can be started directly from desktop or USB flash drive
What is a Rootkit?
Rootkit can be explained as combination of techniques and mechanisms used by malware software (viruses, trojans, spyware) which attempts to mask its presence in operation system from antivirus and other system management software.
How dangerous are rootkits?
Rootkit itself is usually only a tool used to hiddenly download and secretly install other malicious software. This malware can show fake warnings, use your computer as botnet client for DDoS attacks, steal your personal and financial data, send spam. The usage is only limited with malware authors imagination.
Are all operating system vulnerable for rootkits?
Nowadays malicious software for Microsoft Windows is more common than for Linux/MacOS because Microsoft Windows is the most widely used operating system in the world. However, if other OS starts getting more popularity, then the situation can change.