Difficult to state a recommendation, and that is precisely the point of my review.
I would recommend it for experienced users, not because I can testify of its efficiency as I am not a specialist, but because it is signed SysInternals, a name of highly qualified software, a developer of whom I use other brilliant gems of software.
I would not recommended it to novice users, because once RootkitRevealer has established diagnostic results, 1- I have no idea what should be considered as intrusion as opposed to normal data, and 2- should intrusion have been established, I ignore how I would be able to eradicate it.
Seems rootkits are the future of malware. The whole system is getting smarter. Rootkits on one hand, heuristic developed (including rootkit diagnose) anti-malware on the other hand. So, more than ever, we'll have to delegate our confidence. SysInternals is in the lot of friends, but knowledge is at this point too highly required for unqualified users, of which I am.
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