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[IAT:Inl (Hook.IEAT)] Detection


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#1 Lobas

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Posted 27 June 2017 - 08:13 AM

Hi,

in my office, where I work as Software-, Hardware- and Network representative, at one workstation, RogueKiller PREMIUM detected 8 Rootkits from the type named in the title.

So, now I'm not sure what to do, how dangerous they are, and how to remove them, etc...

GMER proved the detection, but didn't marked them as dangerous.

Kaspersky TDSS Killer and Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit BETA detected nothing, Dr. Web CureIt! and Comodo Cleaning Essentials nothing, too.

A lot of other Rootkit-Tools I read from in the Internet, didn't work properly, detected nothing and one even carried Malware with it.

I attach the Logs of RogueKiller and GMER.

I hope somebody is able to help me with that problem.

Thanks to you

Greetings

Thomas

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Edited by britechguy, 27 June 2017 - 08:26 AM.
Moved to "Am I Infected?" from Windows 10


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