Analyzing tools

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Feb 25, 2011
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Hey and I wish all new members warm welcome to the forum!

I will make a list of various tools to analyze files

Online Services

if anyone has good link please publish them here so that I can update this list :)

Here is a video that tell how to analyze malware

Downloads


Regards,
Valentin N
 
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Chiron

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Feb 24, 2011
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I would think that these should be included as well:

Comodo Site Inspector
(Can scan sites for active exploits or whether they're blacklisted by Google)

Comodo File Intelligence
(It can even confirm whether a file is unknown or safe)

JottiQ
(Can also be useful although VirusTotal has more scanners)

I probably missed some useful ones so please, anyone, feel free to fill in the gaps.
 
Feb 24, 2011
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#7
Thanks for the list, although I've heard/used most of them, there is a few new ones I've yet to explore.
 

jamescv7

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You can add Virscan, yet good for uploading files and scan with av engines.

http://www.virscan.org/
 

bogdan

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Jan 7, 2011
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JottiQ is a software application that uploads files to Jotti. Really useful if you want to scan multiple files.

Jack also made a list of Online scanners.

Wireshark is a powerful network protocol analyzer. It requires some knowledge, otherwise packets won't make any sense.
 

Spawn

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#11
NoVirusThanks provides useful services such as; Multi-Engine AV Scanner, Web Reputation & URL Scanner, IP Address Reputation Scanner, Malicious Domains Database, Web Proxy with Exploit Protection.

Their NoVirusThanks Uploader is a software tool.
 

bogdan

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Jan 7, 2011
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Sandboxie + Buster Sandbox Analyzer (BSA).
Buster Sandbox Analyzer is a tool that has been designed to analyze the behaviour of processes and the changes made to system and then evaluate if they are malware suspicious. Make sure you read Installation & Usage on the official site if you want t give it a try.

BSA official site: link
Thread on Sandboxie forum: link
 

Valentin N

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Feb 25, 2011
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ryan said:
What about comodo cleaning essentials? *I think it requires a log in on the forums*
no need; if it isn't on comodo'd homepage then it will come in a week or so but I will upload and give the link
 

Valentin N

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Feb 25, 2011
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I will update the first post so don't avoid looking at it from time to time.

I will also add download in case someone wants some of the software

Thanks
 

Spawn

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Eset SysInspector

ESET SysInspector® is a free, state of the art diagnostic tool for Windows systems.
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It peers into your operating system and captures details such as running processes, registry content, startup items and network connections. Once a snapshot of the system is made, ESET SysInspector applies heuristics to assign a risk level for each object logged.
 

Valentin N

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stormgtr said:
Eset SysInspector

ESET SysInspector® is a free, state of the art diagnostic tool for Windows systems.
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It peers into your operating system and captures details such as running processes, registry content, startup items and network connections. Once a snapshot of the system is made, ESET SysInspector applies heuristics to assign a risk level for each object logged.
It will be added and +2rep :)
 

jamescv7

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Valentinchen N how about this

GetSystemInfo from Kasperksy

The Get System Info utility is used to collect system information in order to troubleshoot technical issues. It is used in a variety of ways:

Detection of incompatible software
Detection of possible malware on the system (both known and unknown)
Program function errors (installation, use, uninstall etc.)
 

Valentin N

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jamescv7 said:
Valentinchen N how about this

GetSystemInfo from Kasperksy

The Get System Info utility is used to collect system information in order to troubleshoot technical issues. It is used in a variety of ways:

Detection of incompatible software
Detection of possible malware on the system (both known and unknown)
Program function errors (installation, use, uninstall etc.)
It will be added and +2 rep