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Any way to continue after malware removal tool kills script?

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Hi All,

Automating some tools for tech work. Have mostly modified a malware removal tool up until the "clean" button is clicked and then it closes all currently running programs, including the autoit script that launched it! After the clean process is complete there are only two more dialogs to close and the system reboots automatically. I need to be able to programmatically close those last two dialogs but the script has been shut down by that time.

Anyone know "one weird trick" to get around this issue?

Thanks!

Mike

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Besides using a decent malware barrier, you probably can declare the script in your "all-killer"'s white list. Also there are ways for AutoIt scripts (but not only them) to be killer-resistant, numerous examples can be found using forum search.


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