Hi - some help/advice would be appreciated. I am concerned about the new threats of rootkits and have downloaded and installed RKHunter. The installation messages indicated that there were no problems here. However, I went to use it (from Terminal) and, try as I might, I keep receiving the message that rkhunter does not exist. I am unfamiliar with using Unix commands and may be getting it all wrong. What I am typing at the command prompt from within Darwin is 'sudo rkhunter' <cr>. No joy - command does not exist. And the first time around, I was asked for, and correctly entered, my admin password. I have used the cd command to step into the correct directory from my default home directory, where RKHunter is located (usr/local/rkhunter - and as a BTW I cannot find the UNIX executable programme rkhunter) and tried running it from there. No joy. The 'command' does not exist. The web has a number of links that suggest I am not trying the impossible and that everything should be working. Does anybody have any suggestions? And failing all else, is there a known reliable routine for uninstalling the programme? I have used Cocktail to reveal hidden files and everything is looking a bit scary from where I am sitting. So I don't want to just drag the whole rkhunter directories to the trash without some reassurance. Thanks in advance for any feedback --- and a very Happy New Year to all, when it arrives in a couple of days.