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Anti malware toolkit webpage

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  1. treehouse New Member

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    hi guys, i have a friend who created a web page for us techies where we can find all our favourite tools all in one handy place (with direct links where possible).

    i suggested a few ideas to him but am sure there is something we have missed out like a gem of a tool or anything else. all suggestions will be helpful am sure.

    web page here http://ejaz.me/a
    this page really comes in use when your at a customers house and dont have the latest versions of our preferred tools, would also come in use to keep an eye on software you never knew about.

    any input guys?
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    Seems pretty straight forward and to the point. Something useful for anyone who wants something fast.

    My only thought would be that they are direct links to the executables.. so there's no information or link to what a tool does (if you don't know what it is).
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    good input. maybe he should put a # after each name and clicking on that would take you take you to the information page?

    like;
    malwarebytes #
    hitman pro #
    ...

    any tools he has not covered? thanks
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    He could also just put a one-line description in addition to the link. If speed is a priority, the less web pages you have to visit, the better.
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    having a 1 line description would take away the clean simple look of the website na?
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    I don't think so, but if he thinks so, I guess that he wouldn't want to do that. ;)
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    i will put that forward to him, never know he might agree! :D
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    any professional malware fighters know of any software which has not been added yet?
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    This is a bit ambitious of a project, nevertheless go for it! :D

    I'm a professional asshat (as opposed to redhat/blackhat/whitehat/grayhat). :D

    I'd recommend (all are expert tools except maybe Process Explorer, but to use it well you need to know what you're doing):
    Combofix (the only virus scanner I'd classify as "extreme")
    GMER (rootkit scanner)
    Process Explorer (for enumerating modules in exes)
    Process Monitor (for detecting malware activity)

    That combined with the stuff I already see on your site is all I use to detect and remove malware.

    I also use virustotal for file scanning:
    http://www.virustotal.com/

    EDIT:
    I almost forgot Flash Disinfector. I've gotten viruses on my jumpdrive when I was repairing systems so I use Flash Disinfector as part of cleanup to prevent the virus from raping my jumpdrive.
    Last edited: May 22, 2011
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    Might as well put Ophcrack on there. I use that a lot when people want me to fix their computer and forget to give me their password (or don't remember it lol).
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    brilliant, all of those tools will be added in a few hours :toast:

    cant believe he forgot Gmer! :D
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    yes he was contemplating wether to put that ophcrack on but it seems that ophcrack is not being developed any more so he put Offline NT Pwd in there instead, although he will probably add it now that you suggested it :)
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    Oh, I don't think I saw Vipre Rescue on there.

    edit: Well, it's on UBCD4Win, but still useful on it's own I think
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  14. treehouse New Member

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    will add that too! thanks
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    AntiMalware Toolkit Webpage (Update)

    old thread here

    due to user input and this forum, the page has now been overhauled.

    @ KieX, BinaryMage. he agreed! :toast:

    AntiMalware Toolkit

    man i love that page, comes in so much use at work
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    its not 64-bit compatible (free version), that page is for freeware only which is compatible with 64-bit systems

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