Software to detect if a rootkit is installed on your system.
Zeppoo allows you to detect rootkits on the i386 architecture under Linux by using /dev/kmem and /dev/mem. It can also detect hidden tasks, modules, syscalls, some corrupted symbols, and hidden connections. Anti-Rootkits which don't use these methods can be fooled easily.
released on 3 November 2006
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