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.. The version of the tool can be upgraded from a new version to the previous one using the Tool -> Check for Update… function. The tool is operated via windows interface.
.. The program uses the latest Intel VT-x or AMD-V technology to detect rootkits and thus run more stably. Now the program can intercept invocations of CPU ID, a rootkit can turn off-switch the VT to which the program relies on. The old implementation of the program also has the ability to detect multi-thread rootkits, it was still very difficult to detect their activity with the present method.
.. The basic analysis mode is able to detect all rootkits which are detected using other rootkit detection tools. A new feature is support of new rootkit detection methods.
– Detecting of old rootkits: now the program can detect old rootkits using VT-X and AMD-V. In particular, system.sys anti-rootkit will be detected in version 1.5. This case is quite difficult to detect by the system scan.
– Detecting of new rootkits: now the program can detect new rootkits using VT-X and AMD-V. In particular, a new rootkit like Alureon is detected with the new method.
The program works with the latest Intel VT-x or AMD-V technology to detect rootkits and thus run more stably. Now the program can intercept invocations of CPU ID, a rootkit can turn off-switch the VT to which the program relies on.
The new implementation of the program is also able to detect multi-thread rootkits, it was still very difficult to detect their activity with the present method.
Version 1.5 for Hypersight Rootkit Detector supports new rootkit detection methods. Now all active rootkits can be detected.
In the rootkit sample window, version 1.5 brings the following new features:
– Invalid file name is reported and white list is set if the file name includes non-printable characters.
– If the list of blank lines is set, then they are shown as well.
– The list of fonts used by the virus can be shown.
– If the “Include compressed pattern” option is set to on, then the list of compressed patterns is shown.
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Q: Why is this tool called a Hypervisor Rootkit detector?
A: By Hypervisor we mean the program that runs in a virtual machine (VM) on the system. Now, the program running inside the VM in turn interacts with the hardware and operates as if it was running on the same hardware. For the user of the system this means that from the outside perspective the operating system functions as if it is not there.
Rootkits make the system unavailable and when Hypervisor Rootkit Detector is running, the presence of such rootkit is revealed.
When Hypervisor Rootkit Detector detects rootkit on the system, it triggers the “pass mode” for this component.
What does this mean? The part of the Hypervisor (if any) that it was running on, is removed from the system. This part of the Hypervisor is called the Virtual Machine (VM). The detection process causes the user to boot the system in the pass mode. If the user accepts the request the VM is removed but it’s files (such as the Registry) remain untouched. Now the system runs normally.
If the user doesn’t accept the request, the rootkit remains on the system and the Hypervisor Rootkit Detector can’t operate properly.
Q: What is the difference between Hypervisor Rootkit Detector and SuperAntiHoneypot?
A: SuperAntiHoneypot is a very popular tool. It intercepts HTTP and HTTPS requests made by the browser and tries to trace malicious content. It uses the Hypervisor Rootkit Detector as an additional tool and can reveal the presence of rootkits. We have implemented a mechanism to prevent replay attacks (successful HTTP requests) and have improved detection (we are able to trace more suspicious requests).
There are several advantages of using Hypervisor Rootkit Detector:
– we detect rootkits that can’t be detected by SuperAntiHoneypot,
– we can operate in pass-mode instead of normal mode (problems with the installation arise, kernel panic etc.),
– we are able to trace more suspicious requests.
Q: The SuperAntiHoneypot tells me that the rootkit is on and uses my system resources. Why can’t it tell me that my system is infected by rootkit?
A: When you boot the system, it takes some time for the kernel to be loaded. For this time, Hypervisor Rootkit Detector is executing. When the kernel is loaded, Hypervisor Rootkit Det
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It works on Windows 2K, ME, XP, Vista, 7 and 8. All these systems have VT-x virtualization technology which allows the OS to run applications in an environment that is isolated from the physical hardware. This means that application is run in a different virtual environment. Hypervisor manages application running and ensures integrity, isolation and confidentiality of the application.
However, even with virtualization technologies, running of an application is not enough, because the application can be concealed in the operating system itself. Such application is known as a rootkit, which is a standalone, invisible application that lives inside the operating system kernel and controls its operation. Rootkits are not a security threat per se, but, instead, allow criminals to hide their presence and work behind the back of authorities. For example, rootkits can alter the system performance, deny access to third party applications and confidential data and even enable the criminals to escape the law enforcement agencies.
In addition, rootkits can destroy the data stored in the operating system or steal the confidential data if the user chooses to use them. Because rootkits are not visible by themselves, the most difficult task for the end users is to determine the root cause of any given problem.
Note: HyperV will not work with HyperSight Rootkit Detector.
+ Detects rootkits in the memory (task manager, windows, windows services, etc.).
+ Detects rootkits in the registry (registry key values, strings, etc.).
+ Detects rootkits in the file system (drivers, and files, and dlls).
+ Detects rootkits in the network, both LAN and WAN protocols.
+ Detects rootkits on the user accounts, user profiles and user accounts and even on the operating system.
+ Detects rootkits in the hidden areas of the operating system.
+ Detects rootkits as separate processes (DLLs, services, etc.) and not in the running processes.
+ Detach process from running processes and analyze running processes in separate process.
+ Detects hidden processes in full system scan.
+ Detects hidden data in the memory, registry, file system and process dump data.
+ Detects hidden files in the file system dump data.
+ Detects hidden network processes and connections in both LAN and WAN protocols, and detect hidden network connections in the process dump data.
+ Detects hidden user accounts and
What’s New in the Hypersight Rootkit Detector?
• Hex-decoded virtual machine code dumps.
• XML table of user-space executed code.
• Advanced scheduling abilities.
• High operating privilege (protected mode) execution of operating system code.
• Support for multiple processor architectures: 64-bit and 32-bit.
• Exploits and fixes for several system bugs.
• Support for multiple real-mode and protected-mode formats (the latter is especially needed for AMD-V).
• Support for Intel VT-x (hardware virtualization).
• Support for Microsoft-mode (32-bit protected mode) and long mode (Intel x86) execution of code.
• Support for virtualization of remote hardware and process monitoring.
• Support for Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) binaries.
• Ability to process bitmap image files.
• Support for SISF-XML specification.
• Ability to display detected malware virtual machine code on the screen.
• Ability to open text files (vtyualizer) in any application.
• Ability to parse text files using FPH data format (JSON version).
• Ability to read registries and clipboard.
• Ability to monitor all system modifications.
• Ability to monitor system calls and Process creation and termination.
• Ability to monitor network connections (host-to-host and software).
• Ability to monitor network activity.
• Ability to monitor file system.
• Ability to monitor account creation, deletion, modification and modification.
• Ability to monitor process creation, deletion, and modification.
• Ability to monitor installed drivers and services.
• Ability to monitor local and remote network traffic.
• Ability to monitor system-wide activity of other users (a technique of detection rootkits used by the Trojan.Win32.Conficker family of malware).
• Ability to monitor system-wide activity of other users.
• Ability to monitor Microsoft OLE Object network sharing objects.
• Ability to monitor multiple network connections.
• Ability to watch a single network connection (monitor only the single connection).
• Ability to monitor a single or multiple event log.
• Ability to identify installed network connections.
• Ability to read arbitrary files.
• Ability to read hard disk.
• Ability to read all opened processes.
• Ability to read all opened process and file names.
• Ability to read all installed drivers.
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10
Processor: 2.4 GHz Processor or above
Memory: 1 GB RAM or more
Graphics: 128 MB or more
DirectX: 9.0 or above
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
How To Install:
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Note: You need to disable your antivirus program or firewall before installation to prevent any issue.