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is there a rootkit on avast free edition


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#1 adz63

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Posted 13 October 2009 - 06:57 PM

right i a have been using avast for a year now and see in the options on the last page it says enable/disable rootkit scanner on start ....is the rootkit scanner got anything to do with that memory thing when you start avast lol coz i aint got a clue and thats the only thing i can think of


i downloaded a program sophos rootkit today is that any good or if there is one on avast is it suitable


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Posted 14 October 2009 - 10:06 AM

Features overview
Anti-spyware built-in Web Shield
Anti-rootkit built-in Automatic updates
Strong self-protection Virus Chest
Antivirus kernel System integration
Simple User Interface Integrated Virus Cleaner
Resident protection Support for 64-bit Windows
P2P and IM Shields Internationalization
Network Shield


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