UnHackMe 11.91 Build 991 is the most effective malware killer program. It is anti-rootkit and anti-spyware in general, which allows you to detect and remove rootkits, browser search redirects, malware hiding programs, potentially unwanted applications and adware, spyware. Antiviruses are often powerless in detecting rootkits because they use compression and encryption of their files. An example of such a program is the Hacker Defender rootkit. You must use UnHackMe to detect and remove Hacker Defender and similar programs. UnHackMe is compatible with all well-known antiviruses, which provides more reliable protection for your computer. An attacker installs a rootkit on a computer through user action, exploiting known vulnerabilities or cracking passwords. Rootkits open “back doors” that give hackers complete control over the computer. It hides files, registry keys, process names, and network connections from your eyes.
Advanced features of UnHackMe:
- Automatic scanning on schedule.
- Check the system for potentially unwanted programs. If found, they are removed by the standard uninstaller.
- Search for unwanted browser search settings. Often, instead of the standard Yandex, Google, Bing, Mail.ru, a completely built-in “left-wing” search service, which usually displays Google or Yandex search results on their sites. Along with this, there are tons of ads, or, worse, search results point to malicious sites. UnHackMe divides all the items it finds into the following categories: dangerous, suspicious, unknown, and good. The latter is marked with a green check mark, this is known as the safe parameter. But under suspicious or unknown, sometimes unknown dangerous elements can be hidden. They must also be removed. Often these are links to domains posing as well-known search engines, for example, Yamdex, Yanbex, Googie, as well as something like live web search.
- Check out extensions for browsers. They are the ones who embed third party advertisements on the site, slowing down the browser.
- Check for the presence of foreign programs at startup.
- Checking the system for malicious services.
- Check unwanted files – junk left by all of us, trash removed.