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What can Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, recognize it?

MAM

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Hi, MAM:

I don't fully understand your question, but I think you had a similar question not too long ago?

http://forums.malwar...howtopic=120967

It is designed not only to detect and remove rootkits, but to repair some of the system damage they can cause.

There is more information about MBAR here:

http://www.malwareby.../products/mbar/

HTH until an MBAM staffer arrives with more detailed information...

daledoc1

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What can Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, recognize it?

MAM

Malewarebytes Anti-Rootkit is monitored and updated at: http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=119273&view=findpost&p=645453 ,

Software Updates and AlertsSecurity Software Updates due to the fact a newer beta version is released every so often with a newer expiry date..

The current version of MBAR is Version 1.01.0.1020 / 02-05-2013 (with an expiration date of March 20th, 2013.)

Steve

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ID: 6   Posted (edited)

One of our users was unable to run MBAR. He has XP SP 3.

When I go to run it, I get an error message come up saying that the task cannot be performed as "qtGuit.dll was not found".

http://www.spywareinfoforum.com/index.php/topic/134648-computer-mot-please/?p=776980

I believe qtGuit.dll is part of Python.

Is mbar.exe using Python? Has anyone else seen this error? (it doesn't happen on my Win 7 PC).

Edited by cnm

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I believe those files are just part of a C++ framework from the Nokia corporation.

You can have the user download a new version and try again.

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Thanks - will do - but is there any reason to think a new download will work? (I.e. has mbar.exe changed in the last 2 days?)

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Just saying that an error 2 means a file is missing so downloading and using a new copy should put that file back in place.

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From one of the other support techs here .. "We don't use QtGuit.dll but we do use QTGui4.dll", also most often the file not found is due to user trying to run MBAR from within the zip instead of extracting it.

Thanks

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I believe those files are just part of a C++ framework from the Nokia corporation.

You can have the user download a new version and try again.

It's apart of the C++ framework from Digia. They bought Qt some months ago.

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