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By  kjlkj Published  November 25, 2007

|~||~||~|In order to response to this threat, Sophos has unveiled its new free Anti-Rootkit app, which designed to detect and safely remove rootkits associated with malicious software that have already entered a user’s PC. The program works with Windows NT 4.0, XP, 2000 and Windows Small Business Server 2003, and requires 128Mbytes of RAM to run.
Sophos is recommending that users close all non-essential software such as instant messaging apps and e-mail clients, and allow Windows Update to complete before running the detector.

Users interested in the app can download it here. A complete Anti-Rootkit user manual is also available here under the ‘Resources’ section.

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