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HijackThis HijackThis 2.0.2 screenshot Developer(s) Trend Micro Stable release 2.0.4 / April 21, 2010; 14 months ago (2010-04-21) Preview release 2.0.5 beta / February 11, 2011; 4 months ago (2011-02-11) Operating system Microsoft Windows Type Malware diagnostics License Freeware Website HijackThis, sometimes abbreviated HJT, is a freeware enumerating tool for Microsoft Windows originally created by Merijn Bellekom, and later sold to Trend Micro. The program is notable for targeting browser hijacking methods – rather than relying on a database of known spyware. It scans a user's computer quickly, and displays browser hijacking locations, showing what entries are there. HijackThis is used primarily for diagnosis of browser hijacking, as uninformed use of its removal facilities can cause significant software damage to a computer. HijackThis does not remove or detect spyware, it only lists most common locations where browser hijacking activity can occur. Browser hijacking can cause malware to be instituted on a user's computer. Use HijackThis can generate a plain text logfile detailing all entries it finds, and some entries can be fixed by HijackThis. Inexperienced users are often advised to exercise caution, or to seek help when using the latter option, as HijackThis does not discriminate between legitimate and unwanted items, with the exception of a small whitelist of legitimate entries — thus allowing a user unintentionally to prevent important programs from operating, which may cause their system or its peripherals to stop working. HijackThis will, however, attempt to create backups of the files and registry entries it fixes, which can be used to restore the system in the event of a mistake. A common use is to post the logfile to a forum where more experienced users can help decipher which entries need to be removed. Automated tools also exist that analyze saved logs and attempt to provide recommendations to the user, or to clean entries automatically.[1] Use of such tools, however, is generally discouraged by those who specialize in manually dealing with HijackThis logs: they consider the tools to be potentially dangerous for inexperienced users, and neither accurate nor reliable enough to substitute for consulting with a trained human analyst. Later versions of HijackThis include additional tools like a task manager, hosts file editor and alternate data stream scanner. References ^ "HijackThis log analyzer site" (html). Retrieved 2008-11-02.  "Computer Hope log tool" (html). Retrieved 2010-02-02.  External links Official website