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How to detect and remove a rootkit in Windows 10

05
Sep
2017

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Rootkits are a particularly insidious form of malware because they load before an operating system boots and can hide from ordinary antimalware scans and protection. Their ability to elude detection also makes them extraordinarily difficult to remove and clean up after.

By design, rootkits are difficult to find. For your humble authors, even the slightest hint of possible rootkit infection is reason enough to reinstall from a verified clean and current backup. If we can’t pinpoint when the infection occurred, in fact, we treat all available backup images as infected and discard them.

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