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SpyDLLRemover - by rootkitanalytics?

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#1 gunjin


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Posted 07 January 2010 - 05:47 AM

Any one heard of this tool - SpyDLLRemover - by rootkitanalytics? And confident in using it?

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 08:25 AM

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I read a few reviews and they say it is an advanced spyware scanner by RootkitAnalytics which provides a detailed report containing information about .dll modules, a threat level and other information like company, description, process id (if running in the system), file size, file data, etc.

It looks to be more of an investigative tool (process viewer & dll tracer). I just downloaded and gave it a quick try on my work machine. The scan provided one detection of a .dll file (AMInit.dll) as dangerous. I am familiar with the detected file and it is not dangerous. It is part of required software used by our agency network administrators. I am not sure what criteria the scanning engine uses for flagging files but IMO it should have detected this one as suspicious or needing analysis.
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