RogueKiller is an anti-malware program written in C++ and able to detect and remove generic malwares and some advanced threats such as rootkits, rogues, worms, etc. It is full offline setup installer of RogueKiller.
Based on generic ways to find malwares by their behaviour (heuristics), on classic anti-malware analysis (signature finding) and on undocumented hacks, The software can find/remove most of the basic malwares (rogues, trojans, …) and some advanced threats like ZeroAccess or TDSS that behave more like rootkits.
RogueKiller is a tiny anti-malware maintained by a small team, and thus new detections are based on “most spread threats“. Software react quickly to integrate Detection and Removal of what think can be a global threat and affect a big amount of users across the world.
Here’s a little summary of what Rogue Killer is able to do:
- Kill malicious processes
- Stop malicious services
- Unload malicious DLLs from processes
- Find/Kill malicious hidden processes
- Find and remove malicious autostart entries, including: Registry keys (RUN/RUNONCE, …), Tasks Scheduler (1.0/2.0) and Startup folders
- Find and remove registry hijacks, including: Shell / Load entries, Extension association hijacks and DLL hijacks
- Read / Fix DNS Hijacks (DNS Fix button)
- Read / Fix Proxy Hijacks (Proxy Fix button)
- Read / Fix Hosts Hijacks (Hosts Fix button)
- Restore shortcuts / files hidden by rogues of type “Fake HDD“
- Read / Fix malicious Master Boot Record (MBR), even hidden behind rootkit
- List / Fix SSDT – Shadow SSDT – IRP Hooks (Even with inline hooks)
- Find and restore system files patched / faked by a rootkit
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