Thu, Jul 26 2007 11:33
McAfee sets Rootkit Detective free
On July 26, McAfee will begin offering a new
application called Rootkit Detective, designed to detect and remove
dangerous rootkit attacks. The software will also help end-users ward
off the threats, as well as funnel new intelligence into the company's
ongoing research operations.
Following in the footsteps of SiteAdvisor -- the free Web site security
program acquired by McAfee in April 2006 that warns users about
potentially dangerous sites and search results -- company officials
said that the new tool will be offered at no charge from its Web site
via download, with benefits for both end-users and its researchers.
Continues at infoworld.com
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