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TDSSKiller Logo
Publisher: Kaspersky Lab
Platform: Windows | Category: Anti-Rootkit | Total Downloads: 1,990,012 | Downloads last week: 22,425
Added on January 31, 2014
TDSSKiller is a utility created by Kaspersky Labs that is designed to remove the TDSS rootkit. This rootkit is know under other names such as Rootkit.Win32.TDSS, Tidserv, TDSServ, and Alureon. TDSSKiller will also attempt to remove other rootkits such as the ZeroAccess or ZeroAccess rootkit if it is detected.

Panda Anti-Rootkit Logo
Publisher: Panda Security
Platform: Windows | Category: Anti-Rootkit | Total Downloads: 18,022 | Downloads last week: 149
Added on May 20, 2012
Panda Anti-Rootkit is a free rootkit scanner from Panda Security. This program will scan your computer for Rootkits and attempt to remove them.

Trend Micro RootkitBuster Logo
Publisher: Trend Micro
Platform: Windows | Category: Anti-Rootkit | Total Downloads: 32,453 | Downloads last week: 256
Added on June 03, 2013
Trend Micro RootkitBuster is a program that will scan your computer for Rootkits.  This scanner will scan for rootkits that are using the latest technology including Master Boot Record (MBR) infections.

aswMBR Logo
Publisher: AVAST Software
Platform: Windows | Category: Anti-Rootkit | Total Downloads: 98,175 | Downloads last week: 636
Added on August 24, 2012
aswMBR is a anti-rootkit scanner that searchs your computer for Rootkits that infect the Master Boot Record, or MBR, of your computer. This includes the TDL4/3, MBRoot (Sinowal), and Whistler rootkits. For this program to properly work it must first download the Avast virus definitions, so you will need an active Internet connection before using it.

GMER Logo
Publisher: GMER
Version: 2.1 | Platform: Windows | Category: Anti-Rootkit | Total Downloads: 41,405 | Downloads last week: 293
Added on April 19, 2013
GMER is a anti-rootkit scanner that searchs your computer for Rootkits on your computer and then allows you to attempt to remove them.

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