NoVirusThanks SSDT View lists multiple aspects of the SSDT (System Service Descriptor Table) in an easy-to-read UI.
The details displayed by this utility include service indexes/addresses/names, as well as the module name, corresponding to the service address. NoVirusThanks SSDT View will be useful for identifying table hooks even though the x64 operating system ships with KPP/PG-ready kernels - this translates to the kernel bug-checking if the SSDT is modified. This process can potentially be disabled by some malware-like tricks which lead the author to create this utility.
NoVirusThanks SSDT View indexes these services allowing you to preview the corresponding names, addresses, and the module location. If there are any hooked services, they will be displayed with orange text enabling you to pinpoint an issue quickly. All details provided can be easily exported via an organized report form to a .TXT file for later analysis.