Oshi Unhooker: Free Rootkit scanner

Oshi Unhooker is a free rootkit scanner that scans and removes any hidden rootkit from your computer. You may ask, what is a Rootkit? Rootkits in Windows are typically used to mask malicious software from an antivirus program. It is used for malicious purposes by viruses, worms, backdoors and spyware. Sometimes rootkits miss getting caught by antivirus scans because they always keep a mask on them.

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Oshi Unhooker

A computer should be scanned for rootkits from time to time. Oshi Unhooker is a tool that can help you out in scanning and removing rootkits from your PC. With its fast and accurate scanning ability, Oshi Unhooker is a good tool to use. It is available as a single portable executable file and can be run on any Windows PC.

Simply start the executable file and click on Start scan. With just a single click, Oshi Unhooker can identify and remove all the rootkits found on your PC and prevent them from stealing or sharing your private information.

It is recommended that you save all unsaved data on your computer before starting hook cleaning, as there is possibility of applications or system crash occurring when you run the scan. On 64-bit systems, it is impossible to clear kernel hooks after, Windows is launched due to the Patchguard system.

Once the scan is completed, the program displays the results. It shows the location and rootkits which need to be cleaned. You can simply export the scan reports or click on Clean button to remove rootkits.

Overall, it is a useful app to have on a portable drive. The program does not offer any real-time protection shields.

Oshi Unhooker is free to download and use. Click here to download Oshi Unhooker.

You may also want to check out other free Rootkit Remover software.

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