A security company has released a free tool to users who suspect they may be a victim of Hacking Team's exploit cache.
In the meantime, users are left to wonder if they have been infected with Hacking Team malware, of which some tools are so virulent they stay on a system even after hard disk wipes and removals. Researchers at Rook Security have decided to remedy the lack, and so are offering a new, free tool which detects known Hacking Team exploits.

Dubbed Milano, the free tool looks for files associated with the recent Hacking Team breach through either a quick or deep system scan. In the tool's first form, a total of 93 Windows binaries have been analyzed, and 40 files have been highlighted as likely to be used for malicious use.
New free tool detects Hacking Team exploits - CNET