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Infected Windows Server 2003

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#1 SirDRAG


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Posted 12 December 2008 - 02:11 AM

Greetings! Although I have been using ComboFix for quite some time on XP platforms here at the school, I have never tried it on a server platform yet. Recently had found out that the server had been infected (the smart alec developer of the school software infected it with a USB flash drive). I can't update our Symantec Corporate Ed Client because the infection is blocking the update.

It is one of those autorun.inf infections.

My question is: Can I use Combofix to solve this on the Win 2003 Server platform?


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Posted 13 December 2008 - 04:39 PM

Discussion pertaining to how Combofx works, what it can or cannot do, what the log results mean, any future plans, etc is not available to the public in order to safeguard and protect the integrity of the tool from malware writers. As such, the developer does not want his tool discussed outside of private forums and therefore we cannot answer specific questions.
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#3 SirDRAG

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Posted 17 December 2008 - 01:23 AM

Ok. I just wanted to know if it could be run on Windows Server 2003.

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