Partizan.exe is a part of antirootkit software

False Positive Alert! Spyware Doctor detects Partizan antirootkit software as a worm

Partizan.exe is a NATIVE executable file (driver) related to the Partizan antirootkit technology.
Greatis Software (c) Copyright 2007-2008.
Partizan.exe is located in the %WinDir%\System32.
Partizan.exe is automatically created by RegRun Security Suite, UnHackMe or RegRun Reanimator.
The partizan.exe driver is automatically recreated by RegRun or UnHackMe after manual deletion the file.
MD5 (Partizan.exe) = 11dc6c421c2b97a059b3b1bb0ca12a32
Partizan exe could not be executed in the normal Windows mode because Partizan.exe is Native Windows API application like "check disk".
Partizan.exe is started by Windows from BootExecute registry value after Windows autocheck.
Partizan.exe contains the version information in the file: "Partizan - First Bootwatch Anti-Rootkit".
ProductName:  RegRun Security Suite, UnHackMe.

Partizan is not spyware, adware, malware.

We contacted the Spyware Doctor support center and got the answer after one week waiting:
Jose Grayda

9:22:15 PM
Sun, Feb 10th 2008
RE: [Spyware Doctor] Technical Support
Thank you for contacting PC Tools Support.
We have just released a new package for Spyware Doctor 5.5 which may fix the problem you have outlined in your message.
You can download the latest package for Spyware Doctor 5.5 from:

We hope the problem was resolved as well.
If you want to get more information about Partizan technology take a look at the article here
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