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Discussion in 'Malware Analysis Archive' started by Valentin N, Feb 25, 2011.
Well I found this one:
Emsisoft Hijackfree (typo)
Do you mean Trend Micro's HijackThis or Emsisoft's HijackFree?
Emsisoft Hijackfree. Just edited sorry for typo.
Excellent share thank you.
Is your file safe? - The response here on Comodo File Intelligence: http://file-intelligence.comodo.com/
RunScanner One of the oldest startup and hijack analyzers still in development new version just released.
RegRun Reanimator from the developers of UnHackMe.
System Explorer has the largest process library on the web. Very similar to Comodo Killswitch but has been in development for many years.
File Inspect Task Manager by Auslogics New product by Auslogics, work in progress.
Glarysoft Security Process Explorer also has a large process library.
Emsisoft Hijackfree is bundled with EAM, its features are very similar to Process Explorer/hacker and other Killswitch, a very useful tool.
Thanks I will update the first post.
@Mods/Admins: Feel free to update my first post
Malware Classifier by Adobe - (Blog Post)
Homepage/Download on Sourceforge
From where can I download HDF "hard disk firewall"?
I don't think it's available for Consumers, however I'm awaiting an email to see what they say.
Its likely main for business and networking purpose, as level of risk security is high unlike home based which are low.
Thus it needs to verify well by the manufacturer to know who will purchase and purpose.
So, do you guys have any tips on loganalyzers (for DDS-logs, HiJack this etc!)?
Using Tigzy´s loganalyzer atm which gives a noob like me a nice start when analyzing logs. http://tigzy.geekstogo.com/loganalyzer.php
Is there better ones???
There are just similar like OTL, very important is to analyze on logs which need a careful process to avoid numerous errors.
Dedicated when infections are severe enough, and handled well for removal experts.
Web Sniffer - URL Content Dump
AVC UnDroid BETA
PCHunter is a good one that I use often.
Are you going to play with malware on real systems?
Malware Defender (now owned by 360.cn):