SysProt AntiRootkit - Download Page

SysProt AntiRootkit is a free tool to detect and remove rootkits. Currently, SysProt AntiRootkit supports Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista 32-bit operating systems. Some of the key features of the tool are:
  • Hidden process detection and removal
  • Hidden driver detection and removal
  • SSDT hooks detection and removal
  • Kernel inline hooks detection and removal
  • Sysenter hook detection
  • TCP/UDP ports information
  • Hidden/locked files detection and removal
Recent Changes:
SysProt AntiRootkit v1.0.1.0
  • Added a "activity bar" to indicate scan progress
  • Optimzed device driver scanning
  • Added help file
  • Fixed process and driver scanning bugs in Windows 2003 SP1 and SP2
SysProt AntiRootkit v1.0.0.9
  • Added Windows Vista support
  • Improved device driver detection
  • Faster "Kernel Hooks" scan
  • Faster "Ports" scan
SysProt AntiRootkit v1.0.0.8
  • Improved hidden drivers scanning. Now, SysProt AntiRootkit can detect and remove Zlob (Alureon or TDSServ family) rootkits successfully
  • Modifications in hidden files scanning. Users can now choose between full system scan or only root-drive scan
  • Improvements in service/driver disabling mechanisms
SysProt AntiRootkit v1.0.0.7
  • Improvements in SSDT hook detection (to detect AntiVir Avira-like hooks)
  • Few improvements hidden file scanning feature
SysProt AntiRootkit v1.0.0.6
  • Improved hidden drivers and services detection
  • Improved driver/service disabling feature
  • Improved process killing mechanisms
  • Added DLLs view for processes (double-click on a process to see loaded DLLs)
  • Brand new hidden and locked files/folder scanning
  • Color coded display (hidden items are displayed in red color)
  • Ability to filter the display to show only hidden items
  • Various optimizations in driver for better performance and stability
Latest version, SysProt AntiRootkit v1.0.1.0, can be downloaded from following mirrors:

Or, from the direct link below (always hosts latest version).
Mahesh Satyanarayana,
Mar 15, 2009, 10:55 AM