Posted 12 October 2011 - 01:48 PM
There is not, for a number of reasons. One of which is to prevent automated download.
ComboFix is not and was never designed to be included in a bundle of tools. It is not a tool which should be run without a specific reason to run it, and should only be run at the direction of one trained in the use of the tool. To offer a comparison, think of ComboFix as a surgeon's scalpel. Such a tool should only be used when required, and only in the hands of a surgeon who can guide and manipulate the blade without causing collateral damage.
I should also point out that while ComboFix is freeware, including it or any similar tool in your application without the author's consent is ethically questionable at best.
Hope that helps,