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UnHackMe is really best at fixing the issues, which antivirus programs do not. Modern virus creators use FILELESS MALWARE. Fileless viruses do not create or change your files. They live in the Windows registry, WMI, shortcuts, and scheduled tasks. Softpedia had declared that UnHackMe is 'safe', but you never know for sure, especially since the authors can alter the program after a good review. I only use Hitman Pro + Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware on Windows. And when I do netbanking, I load Linux. User #9966 15775 posts. Its interface isn't quite stylish. Navigation can be difficult with several windows used to control the app. When you go out looking for a security suite, you can quickly notice that a single tool isn't quite sufficient to take care of all of your needs. Also, an infected computer is pretty much on its own.

But HackerDefender needs to be restarted automatically at Windows startup. It creates Windows service and driver. If you know service and driver name, you can break the startup of Trojan. Of course, Trojan hides these registry keys. UnHackMe uses this fact. If Trojan hides the registry keys, UnHackMe searches for hidden registry keys. UnHackMe is completely free from all kinds of malware (viruses, Trojans, etc.) and installs no additional 3 rd-party advertised software either. Supported operating systems are Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 (32/64-bit).

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UnHackMe is a tool which you can use to complement your current antivirus; it detects and eliminates rootkits on your system.
But what is a rootkit? A rootkit is a malware, similar to a trojan, whose main feature is that it hides all of its tracks and any evidence of its activity from the user (as well as from most conventional antiviruses), opening up backdoors and allowing external intruders to access your computer with administrator privileges.
Usually, these programs are quite good at their job and are very hard to detect, which is why a program that is exclusively devoted to them, such as UnHackMe, can be of great help.
UnHackMe runs using a friendly and easy to use interface and lets you locate suspicious processes which might be working behind your back. One of the main differences of UnHackMe is that instead of analyzing processes when they are already running, it scans the system at startup and notifies you of suspicious processes which are trying to run anomalously.
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Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista.