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#21 ritchie58

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 12:19 PM

Trend Micro has a new public beta version of HiJack This available. Version 2.0.5 (Beta) can be found at the Trend Micro web site here. At that page there is no change log information so I couldn't tell you what changes there are with the beta version.

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Posted 24 April 2011 - 04:11 AM

Trend Micro has a new public beta version of HiJack This available. Version 2.0.5 (Beta) can be found at the Trend Micro web site here.

Hi Ritchie,
In the heading of this thread, I have added, that there is a 2.0.5 Beta available for testing, if anybody will use a non-final product!
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Posted 03 May 2011 - 06:30 PM

Hi, here at Wilders Security Forums some alternatives to HiJackthis are mentioned:
"HijackThis alternatives"
http://www.wildersse...ad.php?t=279930
Here are some alternatives to HijackThis that aren't mentioned often around here:
1. FreeFixer
Doesn't show operating system files - they are whitelisted, likely by filename
Files with valid digital signatures from trusted vendors are highlighted in green and aren't allowed to be deleted
Has a file deleter that runs early in the boot process
Lists DLLs loaded into FreeFixer.exe, Svchost.exe, Explorer.exe, Internet Explorer, and some others - helpful for finding DLL malware
FreeFixer seems like a fine program. Why don't more people here use it?
2. Hijack Hunter
Optionally excludes operating system files
Has a file deleter
Has a lot of restorers to fix malware damage
3. OTL by OldTimer
Is being used as a replacement for HijackThis in some malware removal forums
Optionally can use whitelists to filter various types of items. I don't know for sure if the whitelists are based on filenames or file hashes, but the scanning
Cheers,
sweidre


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