Deep System Explorer 1.0
Deep System Explorer (DSE) is one of the most powerful anti-rootkit/anti-hook detection systems ever created.
DSE operates at the lowest level of your system (kernel-mode), and is able to generically detect virtually any trojan/virus/rootkit. From code modifications to kernel-level hooks, DSE can detect a wide variety of tricks that are used by malicious software, allowing it to generically detect (no databases required) virtually any malware.
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