2.5 out of 5 stars 2.5 (161 votes)


Windows (All) / Shareware; $19.95 / 10,165 downloads

UnHackMe tries to detect the hidden rookits by watching the computer from early study of the boot process till the normal Windows mode. Most modern antirookit programs try to detect the rookits when the rookit is already active. They use the very complex methods for detecting hooked system functions. But the rookit authors creates the new tricks and the process repeats. It removes Trojans/adware/spyware as well as rootkits.

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  • Latest Changes

    - Improved Malware Detection Ratio

    - Fixed: hfnapi.dll, NETHTSRV.EXE, FASTANDSAFE.DLL, NETUPDSRV.EXE, PLUS-HD Adware, PERFORMANCER.DLL Adware SProtector.D, PCMAX, AdWare.Win32.MessengerPlus, Trojan.Malware.Obscu.Gen.002, MalSign.Generic.834, HEUR/Malware.QVM03.Gen

Reviews of UnHackMe

  1. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 7.11.435 (Apr 21, 2014)

    UnHackMe from Greatis Software is a great free program that helped me easily remove malware from my computer. I love this program and their support team is friendly and efficient when you need help.

  2. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 7.00.430 (Dec 30, 2013)

    they finally fixed it and had it working good
    ......and now re-built it and made it bad again .....

  3. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 5.99.420 (Aug 24, 2013)

    really like unhackme, its perfect for what it does

  4. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing Beta 2 (Oct 8, 2009)

    Almost as bad as a rootkit
    UnHackMe will NOT un-install it keeps asking me to register (send money) and It keeps starting up with windows ..... I can not remove it

    BEWARE !!!!!!!!

    now I have to re-format
    listen to chiro909

  5. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 5.5 Beta (Aug 13, 2009)

    I hope this software will continue to improve. I like the concept but in my system I found myself in an endless loop of reboots trying to delete a file that UnHackMe said was not on my machine.. I found much of the documentation hard to follow. The translation is in need of fine tuning.

    As far as I can tell once a file called "MCHINJDRV.SYS" was once on my machine and was in the autorun section of my registry. UnHackMe repeatedly found the entry in my registry and tried to delete the file even though it was not physically on my system. perhaps I misunderstood but I was repeatedly directed to reboot my system to remove the threat that repeatedly was reported not found....

    Any way Good luck to the development team. I hope you can refine this program so that it is more anglo-friendly and fool-usable.

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