Rootkitters Lay in Wait for Vista 2006
When Microsoft admits that half of all pre-SP2 Windows XPs and a fifth of post-SP2 XPs are infected with rootkits, you can be fairly certain there's a problem.
Microsoft even offers a free rootkit detection and removal tool for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003. Takes out a number of viruses and well-known rootkits: Antinny, Bagle, Bagz, Berbew, Blaster, Bobax, Bropia, Bugbear, Codbot, DoomJuice, Dumaru, Esbot, Gael , Gaobot, Gibe , Goweh, Hacker Defender, Hacty, Ispro, Kelvir, Korgo, Lovgate, Mabutu, Mimail, Mydoom, Mytob, Mywife , Nachi, Netsky, Opaserv, Optix, Optixpro, Purstiu, Randex, Rbot, Sasser, Sdbot, Sober, Sobig, Spybot, Spyboter, Swen, Wootbot, Wukill, Yaha , Zafi, Zindos, Zotob. Rootkitters Lay in Wait for Vista 2006
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