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Windows 7 viruses and other malcious software


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#1 nilstech

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Posted 02 June 2011 - 12:22 AM

Hello, im new to these forums i am nilstech i own successfull computer repair business for 10 year i have 30 years of experiance I KNOW WHAT I AM DOING ( except for this thats why im asking :P) alright to start off a computer taken from my repair shop a dell e510 in case anyone cares it is pure stock hardware except for the two hdd's i have a 320 gb hdd for my 11.4 install of ubuntu. i also have a 160 gb hdd in this computer i have the 160gb drive partitioned into two one for just a clean windows install and the other for the experiment. ( this is a throw away computer) the 160gb hdd with two partitions has windows seven installed clean with no antivirus or anti malware etc.. have windows set to the bare miniumum security windows defender and the firewall.. i belive thats all the info you guys need

alright now that i have told you what i have and i am fully understanding what i am doing. i am wanting to download install or get viruses malware adware spyware keyloggers rogues trojans worms you name it i want it. so what i am going to do after i have one of the partions infected i will boot into linux from grub and examine the twoo hdd partitions the one without the infectiong and the one that is infected i want to see and understand more about how virus interfere with the machine and possible fix the issue with a list of each windows directorry and see what is changed edited removed and added. my main goal after this is i want to create a java based software that can be ran of a cd and list everytthing that ins wrong edited removed or added and print that in a log file and so i further program the software to list the issues find the fixed files from the cd itself or other storage media dual layer cd or bluray ... this would possible be more effective from a xternal hdd



enough explaining now this is what i relally want i want links from experiance i dont what some stupid replys like download porn freeware adware and stupid things like that i want things like a way to GET system tools ( i repair about 5 computers with this virus on customers machines a week) or ms tool removal things like this back in 2008 the was a fake antivirus called " antivirus 2008" go figure :) i think you might get the picture and i dont want multiple virus programs at one time yeah i know once i have a virus i have more etc etc but i want the viruses i get to all be from one virus say system tools i want to install this get infected with it whatever and then examine it and then reload the OS and infect my machine with another virus and examine get the picture? if i think of anything else i will post underthis and i will be commmong on this thread!

sorry for the wall of text also

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I do not intend or push anyone else to do what i am doing only attemp this if you know what you are getting into
i would not suggest or trying this its like a DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME KIDS thing

that is all

Edited by hamluis, 02 June 2011 - 06:21 AM.
Moved from Win 7 to AV, Firewall, etc.


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#2 Union_Thug

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Posted 02 June 2011 - 06:10 AM

Let me see if I got this straight :blink:...You want BC to supply you with links/resources, etc to "download install or get viruses malware adware spyware keyloggers rogues trojans worms you name it i want it..."

On second thought.... :wacko:

...will not post or submit Contributions that constitute, contain, install or attempt to install or promote spyware, malware or other computer code...


Edited by Union_Thug, 02 June 2011 - 06:41 AM.


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Posted 02 June 2011 - 06:47 AM

One of the primary goals of Bleeping Computer is to assist victims of infection with removal and to prevent the spread of malicious programs, not encourage them. Therefore, we will not provide active links to malware or malicious sites where infections have been contracted and spread. Others reading this topic may use the information for nefarious purposes or an unwitting novice user may accidentally click a link and end up infecting their computer.

For those and other obvious reasons, we are not going to provide specific information in a public forum. However, you can perform a Google search on "how to infect your computer on purpose" to find the information you are seeking and read How to get Malware/Virus/Trojans on your Home Windows computer.

You can also read How Malware Spreads - How did I get infected which explains the most common ways malware is contracted and identifies the types of sites where you can easily get infected by not following the advice provided.

WARNING: Some infections can cause so much damage to your system that they cannot be successfully cleaned or repaired. In those cases you may have no option but to reformat, and perform a clean install of the OS.

If you want to infect your computer in order to test your security programs, there are safer alternatives. Take a look at the EICAR Anti-Virus test file. For a demonstration of the how the EICAR test file works, please refer to this instructional video.

Edited by quietman7, 02 June 2011 - 06:49 AM.

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