Friday, December 29, 2006

F-Secure Releases BlackLight Beta

The announcement by F-Secure that they have released a new BlackLight Beta for Windows Vista and Windows 2003 Server x64 is good news for the security community. F-Secure's BlackLight rootkit scanner is a popular tool used to determine whether a user's computer has been infected with a rootkit. Let's just hope that the added support for Windows Vista will not be needed!
"Download Trial

Note: Stand-alone BlackLight expiration has been extended until 1st of April 2007. An integrated BlackLight engine has been included in the F-Secure Internet Security 2006 suite.

Click here to download the latest version."

Not familiar with rootkits? See Deep Roots for background information, resources, and advice on what to do if you suspect your computer is infected with a rootkit.

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