Forum Thread: Methods for Checking to See if You Have a Rootkit on Your OS

I run Kali Linux however the command in terminal "chkrootkit" just isn't efficient. The odds of possibly having a (Rootkit) or even a (Keylogger) installed on my computer are unknown but I'd rather play it safe if its not already too late..


..... Does anyone have any ideas on a good intrusion or attack system that plays a loud sound or something or even a program that is very detailed that I can read up on and put to full use?

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Your best bet is to use a paid antivirus... fre ones are mostly scam.. and a good one updated daily.. like kaspersky. .
Also run an anyimalware bytes scan

well i guess he better try more than one because the most known antiviruses are the 1st that are being tested for trojan detection ,

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