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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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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).

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