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hello, im trying to make a scrip that automatically deletes this type of virus, but i have found this virus is propietary protected

to delete it automatically i have to change manually the propietary user, and then assign all permissions to all users, to be able to delete it

but im not sure if this propietary changing is possible via autoit,

if anyone can point me the way, thanks

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Theres lots of information on the web about this virus. Try these free programs:

http://www.superantispyware.com/portablescanner.html

http://www.safer-networking.org/en/spybotsd/index.html

http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus

Reference: http://www.ehow.com/how_6919707_remove-jwgkvsq_vmx-virus.html


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Theres lots of information on the web about this virus. Try these free programs:

http://www.superantispyware.com/portablescanner.html

http://www.safer-networking.org/en/spybotsd/index.html

http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus

Reference: http://www.ehow.com/how_6919707_remove-jwgkvsq_vmx-virus.html

i know its easy to use an antivirus, i personally recoment avira wich is free and gdata but you have to pay for it

but i want to know how to do it without an antivirus, it will help with new virus that the antivirus doesn't detect

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

tsue, that's how I did, without antivirus:

- disable autorun on ALL drives (I have disabled by default)

- using Total Commander, with the option selected to view all hidden files, I've deleted all the hidden files/folders that where (usually) on usb drives and autorun.inf. Those files have random letters in name and exe extension. In folders I found some viruses with common word names.

- if you can not delete autorun.inf from Windows (if it is locked by the system), use a live linux distro, mount the drive and then delete the autorun.

With AV: Microsoft Security Essential did the job, except with autorun.inf, which I've deleted from linux.

Good luck!

M.I.

[edit] typo

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tsue, that's how I did, without antivirus:

- disable autorun on ALL drives (I have disabled by default)

- using Total Commander, with the option selected to view all hidden files, I've deleted all the hidden files/folders that where (usually) on usb drives and autorun.inf. Those files have random letters in name and exe extension. In folders I found some viruses with common word names.

- if you can not delete autorun.inf from Windows (if it is locked by the system), use a live linux distro, mount the drive and then delete the autorun.

With AV: Microsoft Security Essential did the job, except with autorun.inf, which I've deleted from linux.

Good luck!

M.I.

[edit] typo

thanks for answering, but the only reason windows is not letting me delete it is because i dont have the rights to do it, i have to manually change the proprietary administrator, to be me, then add privileges so then it can be deleted.

i know i can do it with linux, with antivirus, with already maded programs, with this way i explained too.

but i was wondering if autoit coding is capable of doing this.

thanks

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