Kaspersky TDSSKiller removes rootkits using Rootkit.Win32.TDSS. The tool provides a graphical user interface, is easy to use and supports 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating systems.
Rootkits are programs or program kits, the aim of which is to hide traces of malicious software or to conceal the presence of malware on the system. On Windows systems rootkits settle into the system and intercept and modify the system functions of Windows. Among other things, rootkits can mask even the presence of given objects – for example, processes, folders, files on the disk, and registry keys. Often, rootkits install their own drivers and services in the system (these are ‘invisible’).
Download the file TDSSKiller.zip and extract it in a single folder with an Archiver (WinZip, for example) on the infected (or potentially infected) PC. Start the file TDSSKiller.exe. Wait until the end of the investigation and the disinfection. It is not required to restart the computer after the disinfection.