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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #10 on: 19. August 2010., 15:10:20 »
I have used several of these tools.  ComboFix has a lot of capabilities and is very powerful.  As stated above, though, know what yo are doing when using some of these or they can really mess things up to.  A tool is just that, a tool.  If not used properly, it doesn't work the way its intended...

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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #10 on: 19. August 2010., 15:10:20 »




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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #11 on: 17. October 2010., 14:01:08 »
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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #12 on: 21. October 2010., 19:15:59 »
Malwarebytes is an excellent product for Malware. Its free for the on demand scanner and if you want full time coverage ( in the background ) the cost of the product is minimul.  WWW.malwarebytes.org

It has pickup up various problems that the other so called "virus and malware" programs could not find    :up:

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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #13 on: 20. January 2013., 00:49:19 »
Mcafee detects potential virus material in keygens?are they harmful?

Yes, 99% of them are infected with some kind of Malware.



Actually.... Most of them are clean. Detection occurs due to strange encryption and compression algorithms - at least I've been promissed over the years by those tools ; )

When I download warez (torrents), I always double-check the patch/crack/activator with one of the online multi antivirus scanners (see some of them here: http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,1282.10.html ).


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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #14 on: 20. January 2013., 01:48:05 »
When it comes to that kind of software.. all you have is if you trust the source or not.

I remember a SetupVSE repackaged with a trojan that was being distributed in torrent...

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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #15 on: 20. January 2013., 01:53:44 »
When it comes to that kind of software.. all you have is if you trust the source or not.

I remember a SetupVSE repackaged with a trojan that was being distributed in torrent...

Shit does happen, once every few years ; )

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Re: 10 more ways to detect computer malware
« Reply #16 on: 03. December 2016., 05:25:22 »
i would just use malwarebytes to detect any malware.. it's very usefull app btw :D

 

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