Comment by macwlm -- Friday 28 August 2009 @ 7:51 @macwlm I suggest you use the debug option to see what the exact commands are issued by USBVirusScan. Didier for president! The size differs based on the length of the filename being referenced inside the .inf file. It's really useful program, but every time when it starts scan only C: 😦 Where is the mistake? navigate here
A recent scan was able to delete the trojan, but now, I can't get rid of the "Can not find script "c:\autorun.vbs"" message everytime I double click on my drives. when i open the startup.bat it leaves a cmd window open Comment by clive -- Thursday 7 May 2009 @ 13:21 Use the Task Scheduler and give it your command directly Click to expand... So my brother used my computer..downloaded a pirated copy of photo shop and ESET security detected a trojan on my computer.According to ESET:Object: D:\autorun.infThreat: INF/Autorun.gen trojanSo what do I do....ESET keeps go to this web-site
Here is a YouTube movie showing you the program starting a virus scan. Its been handy. Comment by NA -- Tuesday 3 November 2009 @ 18:26 The oldest version in the folder is USBVirusScan_V1_1_0.zip, you can download it. Endpoint relies exclusively on ActiveThreat detection, and therefore is only paying attention to executions from the drives.
SpywareBlaster - Great prevention tool to keep nasties from installing on your system. Thanks! Put start.bat in the startup folder? ??? why does it not work on startup?
It's easy to customize the AutoRunGuard rules for whatever kind of functionality you want. Some copies of this file has the System (S) and Hidden (H) attributes present in attempt to hide the file from certain, default, viewing options within Windows Explorer. Which version do you use? check over here Comment by Didier Stevens -- Friday 24 October 2008 @ 17:30 Done.
I just want to look at that sources cause it's much more easier to investigate someone's code when you begin with the initial idea("28/09/2006: Start development" as it stated in the Answer:Autorun.gen trojan ..I need help ? It is able to distinguish between various drives which means that you can add custom operations for the drives that you own and a general option for drives that are not It didn't.
Answer:Autorun.Inf/Autorun.qr infection! :O Please download Flash_Disinfector.exe by sUBs and save it to your desktop.Double-click Flash_Disinfector.exe to run it and follow any prompts that may appear.The utility may ask you to insert https://home.mcafee.com/VirusInfo/VirusProfile.aspx?key=141387 And if it is USBVirusScan that starts the command-line for AVG8, you should write "%d:\" for the drive, not "%d%\". %d is the drive letter (e.g C), not the drive (e.g. Unfortunately I can’t get it to work invisibly… the command line box stays up until it’s closed by the user. I've been digging and digging for it, with no avail.
Comment by Didier Stevens -- Tuesday 24 June 2008 @ 8:31 So, how would I get this to work with the Trend Micro command-line scanner? http://visu3d.com/solved-help/solved-help-removing-the-swizzor-gen-trojan.html This file is usually dropped onto the root of all removable drivers and mapped drives in an attempt to autorun an executable when the drive is accessed. We're both looking forward to seeing the latest version of the program once it's complete. Could you please put in public domain(or send me by email) your first version of this tool.
autorun works with CD-ROMs. The size for this file varies. Thanks very much! his comment is here http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/utilities/debugview.mspx So start DebugView.
I have added USBVirusScan to my startup so that my computer is prepared for whatever storage media is plugged into it. 😀 I also wish to report that USBVirusScan functions very I’m trying to set this up on all our PCs (25 in all). It is able to distinguish between various drives which means that you can add custom operations for the drives that you own and a general option for drives that are not
Comment by Didier Stevens -- Tuesday 15 July 2008 @ 18:48 That sounds perfect. start.bat file: USBVirusScan.exe "c:\Program Files\AutoRunGuard\AutoRunGuard.cmd" /target %%g: /secure /quiet /log c:\log.txt command line for AVG8: "%ProgramFiles%\AVG\AVG8\avgscanx.exe" /EXT=* /NOBOOT /NOMEM /SCAN /NOSELF /NOHIMEM /ARC "%d%\" readout from terminal upon calling AVG8: AVG In your script, you test for the value of %e and then decide if it needs to perform a AV scan (insert) or another command (remove). Same as /C:1 (default in config). /FLOPPY Read NSE files from separate floppy.. /HUM Handle uncertified macros (Needs NSE\NVCMACRO.CRT from CatsClaw). /H Show help. /LG: Specify number of logfile generations (default
Have a nice day . . . Answer: Solved: Help needed in removing VBS/small / Trojan.Clive.B / autorun.inf / autorun.exe 16 more replies Relevance 102.91% Question: Help with Trojan horse small 2.ZZ and autorun.bat Hi! Plus, I have not used the flashdrive on my own computer after the scan date.Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1Scan saved at 10:10:12 PM, on 1/25/2007Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer weblink Read more Answer:Can Not View Hidden Files; Infected With Worm/small And Autorun, Mma.bat Hello, my name is fenzodahl512 and welcome to BC..
What is the content of usb.bat? Whatever it is in my flash drive does not want to be seen.