Eset announced the release of the beta version of Rootkit Detector

Posted: October 1, 2013 in Antivirus and Security Software
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ESET LogoEset antivirus company announced the release of the beta version of ESET Rootkit Detector – rootkit detection applications aimed to users Apple Mac OS X. Rootkit – a program whose purpose is to disguise another malicious program or activity of cybercriminals in the system.

Although most rootkits are designed for Windows, but for the last year experts have found a number of rootkits platform for Mac OS X. The most active among them is the rootkit OSX / Morcut (also known as Crisis), aimed at stealing confidential information of users. In this context, we developed an application for users of Mac OS X, which detects rootkits, malicious activity on the system.

Rootkit Detector begin scanning your system

1. Rootkit Detector – begin scanning your system

Rootkit Detector Login

2. Enter your administrator username and password

Rootkit Detector  does not detect any rootkits

3. The application does not detect any rootkits on your system

Rootkit Detector detects a rootkit

4. The application detects a rootkit on your system

Rootkit Detector Remove the rootkit

5. Remove the rootkit from your system

ESET Rootkit Detector for Mac OS X, check your system for any malicious changes made to the kernel, which is used to intercept system functions in the OS. The application has an intuitive interface and demonstrates the user all the necessary information about potential threats.

System requirements:

– Processor Architecture: 32bit x86 or 64bit x64, Intel;
– Operating Systems: Mac OS X 10.8.x (Mountain Lion), 10.7.x (Lion), 10.6.x (Snow Leopard).

At the moment the application is in the testing phase.

ESET Rootkit Detector Download

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