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2answers
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VirtualBox VM Rootkit Infection

What is the risk of having a host machine infected if a VirtualBox VM running on the host gets infected? Let's assume both run Windows 7.
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0answers
55 views

Rootkit I can not find.

I am running windows 7 ultimate. Chrome Browser. and advance system care. I have run every malware scanner I can find and all the rootkit scanners as well. Nothing seems to be able to find this thing. ...
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7answers
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My webcam just came on “out of the blue”

I have a Microsoft LifeCam HD sitting atop my monitor. Today, completely out of the blue, its light came on -- I was simply browsing the web (in Chrome) when it happened. After about 5 minutes the ...
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1answer
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Windows-7 system files integrity

Is there a tool that will check integrity of system files in Win7 and search for invalid or changed ones. I would like to find which files were changed by rootkit installed on system. It would be nice ...
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3answers
489 views

Is there some file browser that uses low level functions to browse hard disk?

I have Windows 7, NTFS hard disk. I have detected rootkit files but can't delete them through Windows explorer, obviously because they are not visible. Is there some other file browser that is using ...
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1answer
347 views

What is 1UnHooker.sys?

I'm still searching for a solution to my problem as I stated in my previous question (UAC being turned off every time Windows 7 starts (once a day)). Today, a program called SpyHunter found an unknown ...
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8answers
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UAC being turned off once a day on Windows 7

I have strange problem on my HP laptop. This began to happen recently. Whenever I start my machine, Windows 7 Action Center displays the following warning: You need to restart your computer for ...
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2answers
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Suspicious drivers, is it a rootkit?

The following entries show up in DriverView on my PC: C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\dump_dumpata.sys C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\dump_dumpfve.sys C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\dump_msahci.sys These ...
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3answers
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Is there a way to find rootkits on 64-bit Windows 7

I was at work and got a help desk call about a rather severe malware infection and it got me thinking about my own computer. I am running Windows 7 64-bit RC1 on my everyday laptop. I run ESET ...