Sophos Anti-Rootkit is a tool for removing rootkits, and cleaning
up any malicious files. Rootkits are programs designed to conceal
the presence of an application on a computer by hiding processes,
files, configuration information, network traffic or other observable
information from a user.
Sophos Anti-Rootkit runs on Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 computers.
For system requirements details, see the Sophos Anti-Rootkit user
manual. Both Windows graphical user interface (GUI) and command
line versions are available.
When should you use Sophos Anti-Rootkit?
When a malware infection is detected on a system If you are a
network administrator wanting to perform a rootkit audit of your
network If your network's security patches are not up to date,
or are not well maintained When installing Sophos Anti-Virus onto
a computer for the first time.
If you have any problems or questions about Sophos
Antirootkit you can ask for help in the our Forum.