RootKit Hook Analyzer 3.02

by admin December 28, 2007 at 4:40 pm

RootKit Hook Analyzer is a security tool which will check if there are any rootkits installed on your computer which hook the kernel system services. Kernel RootKit Hooks are installed modules which intercept the principal system services that all programs and the operating system rely on. If any of these system services are intercepted and modified it means that there is a possibility that the safety of your system is at risk and that spyware, viruses or malware are active.

RootKit Hook Analyzer will tell you what kernel hooks are active on your system. It displays all kernel system services along with their base addresses, responsible modules as well as product names companies and module descriptions. If no hooks are active on your system it means that all system services are handled by NTOSKRNL.EXE, the principal base component of most Windows operating systems which is developed by Microsoft. All you have to do to find out what kernel hooks are installed on your system is press the Analyze button at the bottom of the screen. RootKit Hook Analyzer also allows you to view installed system modules and drivers with their base addresses as well as file and product information as well as the responsible companies.

The RootKit Hook Analyzer is for free and runs on Windows XP, 2000, 2003 Server and Vista on both 32 and 64 bit editions.

Download: RootKit Hook Analyzer 3.02